That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. It still feels like 2004. The Democrats are still flummoxed on Iraq, as the Republicans continue to press the patriotism card. In the midst of the…
Fox Attacks, the group made up of Brave New Films, MoveOn, Media Matters and other progressive orgs, released its own response to Fox's censoring Sally Field's Emmy acceptance speech: A compilation…
Almost every person I know seems to have a blog. Some are furtive about it, some are downright boastful, but here's what they have in common: They don't "own" their blogs, their blogs "own" them.
The surprise winner out of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival was not the Weinstein Co. or Picturehouse, but little-indie-that-could ThinkFilm. The distrib launched 83-year-old Sidney Lumet's "Before…
I learned something about David E. Kelley's pilot for his next series, "Life on Mars" at the Geffen theater Wednesday, opening night of Wendy Wasserstein's final play, "Third." Among guests onhand…
"I'm starting to walk again, and I need just another month. All the organs are working." It was an exuberant Tony Curtis on the phone from Chicago today as he started giving interviews again–this…
Clint Eastwood is plotting his next year-and-a-half in civvies. He inked a U-pact for contemporary "Coogan's Bluff." He's currently outdoors in "Hang 'Em High"
Is this a sign of how confident that Hillary Clinton is of her lead? On Sunday, she will appear on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace as part of the news channel's "Choosing the President" series…
All of history's monsters end up mythologized on the bigscreen sooner or later, so there's no reason why Joseph Stalin should be the exception. But it's hard to imagine a more intriguing filmmaker to…
If TV was once an adhesive that helped hold a diverse society together, the signs keep coming that audience fragmentation has produced the modern media equivalent of the Tower of Babel.