The first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize and became an unlikely TV star while hosting a movie review show with fellow critic Gene Siskel, died in Chicago two days after he disclosed his cancer had returned.
Julia Roberts and Mark Ruffalo will star in an HBO movie adaptation of "The Normal Heart," the play about the onset of the AIDS crisis in New York City.
Everyday life is showing signs of becoming more stable, and the government says it can now look again to funding the arts.
by J. Hoberman Published: August 8, 2012 Woody Allen's name is all over the newspaper ads for "2 Days in New York" and you can find his fingerprints on Julie Delpy's new movie as well - this ...
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are to produce “Race to the South Pole” for their Warner Bros.-based outfit Pearl Street.
Offerings include movies by Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Soderbergh and Stephen Frears.
Director Martin Scorsese teams with "Schindler's List" screenwriter Steven Zaillian to produce a documentary about Roger Ebert, the Chicago Sun-Times film critic.
In a tight economy, it's not always clear what you should spend your hard-earned money on, and with comic books getting more and more expensive, your dollar doesn't go as far at the comic shop as ...
New business has been muted at the end of a five-day slot for deal-making and industry shmoozing intended to make the Venice festival more commercially attractive.
It might be art or it might just be cute, but a Minneapolis museum is giving serious attention to the online phenomenon of funny cat videos with a film festival in their honor.
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