The grunge-meets-classic-rock duo Local H has returned to sardonic form on its newly released fifth album "Whatever Happened to P.J. Soles?," an engrossing set of pointed songs that smartly examine…
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The 19th edition of the Midnight Sun Film Festival unspools on Wednesday in the Finnish town of Sodankyla 200 kilometers North of the Arctic Circle.
Spanish sales consortium the Pi Group has licensed all Japanese rights to "My Mother Likes Women" (A mi madre le gustan las mujeres) to Nikkatsu Corp.
Before the formal program began at Thursday's AFI life achievement dinner honoring Meryl Streep, exec producer Bob Gazzale said he'd approached Mike Nichols for advice on staging the show.
Dean Martin wasn't there -- but his spirit lingered on as TV land turned out in force June 9 to roast NBC Universal TV group topper Jeff Zucker.
Open Roads: Italian Cinema hosted the Gotham preem of Ferzan Ozpetek's drama "Facing Windows" at the Walter Reade Theater June 9.
If you screen it, they will come. Especially if it's "Field of Dreams" under the stars on a warm, summer night amid cornfields.
Two of the stars of Marco Tullio Giordana's epic "The Best of Youth," Lidia Vitale and Sofia Milos, were on hand at the Egyptian Theater June 4 for the U.S. premiere.
The new shell of the Hollywood Bowl was unveiled June 9 with a ceremony that included the world premiere of James Newton Howard's "Fanfare" performed by the L.A. Philharmonic's brass and percussion…
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