The 13th annual New York Jewish Film Festival will unspool from Jan. 14-29 at the Walter Reade Theater. International festival presented by the Jewish Museum and Film Society of Lincoln Center will…
The Boston Society of Film Critics gave multiple awards to the locally shot "Mystic River," docu "Capturing the Friedmans" and the quirky "Lost in Translation" in its annual balloting Sunday.
In response to the court ruling that overturned the MPAA's screener ban and to a personal request from producer Ted Hope, who was one of the key plaintiffs in the independent film coalition lawsuit…
Rival Spanish-lingo broadcasters Univision and Telemundo are going head-to-head with original telenovela productions for the first time.
David Tochterman has been named prexy of Laugh Factory Prods. Prior to his tenure at Overbrook, Tochterman spent seven years as senior VP at Carsey-Werner-Mandabach, working on "3rd Rock From Sun"…
The American Cinema Editors has tapped Donn Cambern and John A. Martinelli to receive the org's lifetime career achievement award.
ABC has given in to "Desperation," picking up a three-hour adaptation of the apocalyptic Stephen King novel. King, who is currently recovering from a serious case of pneumonia, has already written…
Two weeks after former King World exec Stu Stringfellow has joined its ranks, Byron Allen's CF Entertainment has redubbed itself Entertainment Studios.
There will be a lot of sex in Aspen this March.
Hip-hop singer Lauryn Hill blasted the Catholic Church from a stage customarily used by the Pope on Saturday when she accused high-ranking Holy See officials of being "corrupt" and said they should…
These days, more than ever, religion is a touchy subject in America. When the Blind Boys of Alabama sing, however, often-troublesome issues are beside the point; their faith is a staff, not a cudgel…