British and non-U.K. industryites gathered Saturday for the sixth annual BAFTA/LA pre-Oscars tea, at what British consul general Paul Diamond called "an occasion for tea-bibbers and the nominees."
FROM THE 71ST ACADEMY AWARDS The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion was the Bard's stage Sunday as Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love" stole the show seven times, including nods for best film, actress and…
It has faced many competitors, wannabes and emulators, but the annual telecast of Academy Awards remains the biggest awards show on television by a country mile.
FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW, the Reel Life column has been handing out awards to the most lavish critics’ blurbs used in newspaper and TV ads. But there’s been a recent dramatic development in filmland…
Todd Calvin has joined Palm Avenue Pictures as president of production.
Oscar nomination lists always provide plenty of fascinating details, and this year's is no exception.
Oscar is wearing combat fatigues. And a codpiece. Three World War II pics and a pair of Elizabethan titles are up for best film in the 71st annual Academy Awards, paced by the 13 nominations for…
FOR DECADES, FILM characters ate nameless corn flakes, smoked unidentified cigarettes and flew on anonymous airlines, while Wile E. Coyote bought all of his hardware from the generic Acme company…
Apparently women make the best pitchers. Femmes took the top three slots at NATPE's third annual "Pitch Me!" session Monday night at the Grand Salon of the Hilton.
Juicy pulp gets a big squeeze in "Uncensored Confessions," the current art offering at the Verve gallery in Los Angeles, in which Hollywood is center stage.
Occasionally Halloween feeds showbiz (e.g., endless holiday-themed sitcom episodes and horror-film re-releases). But in L.A., showbiz unquestionably feeds Halloween.