Television is about to pull off a magic trick that would render even David Copperfield envious: In the blink of an eye, all of China will disappear.
Writers must deal with fantasy as well as reality on a day-to-day basis, so it will be interesting to see how they deal with this reality:
Coffee? Tea? Tickets to Broadway? Soon, in addition to SkyMall wares, you'll be able to browse at 30,000 feet for Rialto ducats
Dave Stewart has unveiled a new Obama music video, called "My American Prayer." Stewart writes on Huffington Post, "Earlier this year when I was recording "American Prayer," a song I originally…
The dean of the political press corps, David Broder, looks back at conventions past in a Washington Post video today. He recalls the 1960 convention, in which the nomination of John F. Kennedy came…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. These are the views of each convention’s stage — the GOP on left and the Democrats on right (I thought I would go against the grain here). Would…
These days, any seller hoping to land a distribution deal at a fest or market like Toronto in September realizes that only a few lucky winners will land a seven-figure minimum guarantee from a studio…
Via The Page comes this new ad, McCain’s response to Obama hitting him for forgetting the number of homes he owns. This bites Obama on Rezko, the first time the convicted developer and one-time…
Robert Greenwald is profiled on BBC America this evening, going behind the scenes of the making of his Brave New Films video, "McCain’s Mansions." In a special report on the Internet and the election…
July 8 1968: Angie Dickinson forewarned director Burt Kennedy before the start of "Who Rides With Kane": "I'm very uncomfortable doing a nude scene or -- riding a horse."