The fest's biggest, starriest blowouts may get the lion's share of the buzz in Cannes, but there's a whole world of more intimate lunches, receptions and soirees where cards are exchanged…
The May 12 opening night bash for the new Gotham branch of Laugh Factory could not shake the legacy of the building's former tenant: Show World, the notorious Times Square-district porn house.
Six black South African filmmakers will be invited to make documentaries on white people for a bold new series called "Black on White."
Anika Noni Rose and John Tartaglia have received the 59th annual Clarence Derwent Awards, which honor the most promising performers of the theatrical season.
Last year, Intermedia was touting "Me Again" as a $75 million blockbuster and desperately trying to plug an A-list star into the cast. This year, the project re-emerged at Cannes as a $25 million…
Joop van den Ende, billionaire philanthropist and owner of theatrical company Stage Holding, donated Fernand Leger's famed sculpture "The Big Walking Flower" to the the Hague on May 15.
At last week's Gotham preem of HBO Films' "Something the Lord Made," co-star Alan Rickman spoke of the "enormous trust" that developed between his real-life character, a white doctor named Alfred…
Walking off with the top prize at an awards ceremony that was even more eccentric in its choices than it was pointedly political, Michael Moore's agit-prop documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" won the Palme…
Ambitious attempt to convey the emotional life of Broadway composer Cole Porter, Irwin Winkler's most elaborate directorial outing benefits greatly from Kevin Kline's outstanding performance. In…