AmFar's Sheila Charton said the AIDS org had decided "Sundance is a contender" and thus important to "have a presence among the parties" at the film festival.
It was bubble bath time on both coasts Monday night, as sudser stars turned out for the celebratory launch of the new 24-hour cabler SoapNet at L.A. and Gotham's Museum of Television and Radio.
The Friday arrival of the biggest name ever to attend a Golden Globe party rendered the rest of the weekend’s guest list a bit anti-climactic. Prexy Bill Clinton dropped by Phoenix Pictures’ annual…
LAS VEGAS — “Notre Dame de Paris,” an eclectic legit musical composed of one part each opera, rock ‘n’ roll concert and circus, eschewed the traditional venue of New York and made its U.S. bow in a…
Kudos were flying during Wednesday night’s Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. awards dinner, but that love-hate relationship between pic critics and thesps was still very much alive. “The moment I left…
There was some question as to whether Barbra Streisand was coming back to the press area. First she was, then the word came she wasn't, but then, arm-in-arm with Shirley MacLaine, she marched into…
The Nortel Networks Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival (Jan 13-24) ratcheted up its status as a major unspooling for foreign language cinema this year, playing 32 films from the 47 pics submitted for…
"Billy said he was going to go have dinner with his wife, then come by to say hello and goodbye," confided program host Curtis Hanson. "But then right before we were going to start, he said he wanted…
Usually one to shy away from the spotlight, George Lucas was almost a no-show at his own award dinner Wednesday night.
The venerable West L.A. blues club the Mint was the epicenter of a display of literary pyrotechnics from the pages of the New Yorker on Wednesday and Thursday.
Monday night was fight night in Hollywood as boxing fans turned out at the El Capitan for the preem of Touchstone's "Play It to the Bone."