That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. A story sure to get attention as campaigns focus on online donations is the impact of MySpace. With several initiatives, like an online "primary"…
Soccer has long been an international sensation although it has never reached the top rung of interest in the U.S. And the grand Harrods department store in London is also an international success…
Flying under the radar is not in Harvey Weinstein's DNA. He casts a giant shadow on the Croisette and in his dealings, attracting attention to himself, his stars and his movies. Weinstein, 55, is all…
In the 12 years of David Thompson's eccentric but effective reign as head of BBC Films, many people inside and outside had moments when they wanted to strangle him with exasperation, and fantasized…
If you happened to pass by the William Morris international sales office in Cannes last week, you might have caught sight of a few Broadway hoofers.
After a preview of "Kid Nation" one viewer spoke for most everybody in the room when she muttered, "Who the hell would let their kids do that?" Well, stage moms, for starters.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton voted "no" on the Iraq supplemental, joining fellow Sen. Chris Dodd in rejecting the funding bill because it…
To the editor: After reading John Anderson's review of "Billy The Kid" (Daily Variety, April 27) I'm compelled to defend the film and its filmmaker.
From The Army Archerd Archive Feb. 13, 1967 GOOD MORNING: John Wayne frankly admits he wishes he’d thought of doing a “Gallant Men”-type album. Sen. Everett Dirksen’s (Capitol) platter continues on…
Everyone seems to agree that there have been quite a few fine films at the Cannes Film Festival this year. What they entirely can't agree upon is which films they are.