Manhattan's glittering skyline and the East River's black waters made a fitting backdrop to the after-party Friday at Brooklyn's Kino restaurant, where fans, friends, and colleagues arrived to…
It's shaping up as a boffo 21 days for "Thirteen Days." So far this month, the New Line pic has been screened at the White House, for Congress, and shown 220 miles above Earth.
At the Beverly Hills mansion now owned by Patricia Barry, where Charlie Chaplin once lived with Lita Grey, the New York-based Women's Film Preservation Fund made its local debut.
By taking the small film role his manager, Jim Morey, called "confirmation of his celebrity," Neil Diamond was onscreen at Wednesday's Village Theater "Saving Silverman" preem, then onstage at the…
The Montagues and the Capulets partied together Sunday following the opening of Peter Hall's "Romeo and Juliet," featuring a multi-ethnic American cast, at the Ahmanson Theater.
The theater crowd at the T. Schreiber Studio's annual awards gala had much to celebrate in addition to honoring actress Mary-Louise Parker and Shubert chairman Gerald Schoenfeld. Above all, producers…
Hannibal Lecter fanatics arrived in hordes Monday to eat bloody roast beef and drink red wine at the after-party of MGM's gory thriller "Hannibal," held in the front hall of the New York Public…
It's not every awards ceremony that features an honoree greeting the audience with a chimpanzee call. Cal State Fullerton's Front & Center had that and more.
The third annual Hollywood Black Film Festival kicked off Wednesday with "The Caveman's Valentine," written and directed by Kasi Lemmons.
Thursday night's preem of Warner Bros.' "Valentine," at Mann's Chinese in Hollywood went head-to-head against a brand new episode of "Survivor II."
The Gotham theater world was out in full force Feb. 1 to pass out the cigars at the opening-night party for Edward Albee's new work, "The Play About the Baby," held at the W NYC Hotel Union Square…