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  • From narco-wars to urban basketball, making art out of activism

    From narco-wars to urban basketball, making art out of activism
    In 1996, L.A. artist Suzanne Lacy gathered together two teams of players in Oakland for a very unusual basketball game. Part performance art, part social activism, "No Blood/No Foul" brought together a team of cops and a team of Oakland youth for a...
  • 'Facts of Life' Cast Talks Show's Impact, Sitcoms and George Clooney at PaleyFest

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It's been 35 years since the NBC show premiered, but fans were still nostalgic to gather Sept. 15 at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills to talk the good, talk the bad and everything else you might have about "The Facts...
  • ABC's 'Dancing With the Stars' Sluggish in Return, But Is Top Series on Reality-Heavy Monday

    ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" kicked off its 19th edition with sluggish numbers Monday, but still led its time period -- which included the conclusion of strong summer reality shows "MasterChef" on Fox and "American Ninja Warrior" on NBC -- in key demos....
  • British hostage seized by Islamic State with Foley appears in new video

    WASHINGTON A British freelance photographer whose kidnapping in Syria has been subject to a media blackout at the request of his family and the British government for nearly two years has appeared in an Islamic State video that was posted Thursday on...
  • Mark Burnett, Mike Darnell team up for new ABC game show

    Mark Burnett and Mike Darnell, two reality competition kingpins, are teaming up for a new ABC game show. "500 Questions," the show's current working title, has been given a direct-to-series order from the network for a rollout in 2015. The goal of the...
  • 'David Bowie Is': How do you fit a rocker into an art museum?

    'David Bowie Is': How do you fit a rocker into an art museum?
    Sometime soon, should you find yourself backstage at the Museum of Contemporary Art, wandering its administrative offices, be sure to look for the pencil drawing of David Bowie as a banana. It is not an official curated piece of museum art; rather, it...
  • Night Shyamalan, Cuba Gooding Jr. And Donald Sutherland Among Mipcom's Talent Slate

    PARIS- Night Shyamalan, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Donald Sutherland will lead a large delegation of talent and filmmakers set to present their shows at the 30th edition of Mipcom, the international TV market hosted in Cannes. Shyamalan will present "Wayward...
  • San Sebastian Film Fest Spotlights Financially Troubled, Creatively Fired-Up Spanish Biz

    No film industry in Europe has been harder hit by crisis than Spain's, yet the level of creativity from local filmmakers and producers is often firing on all cylinders. Sixteen Spanish films will have their world premieres at San Sebastian, at least...
  • IFC Renews 'Maron' for Season 3

    IFC has renewed Marc Maron's comedy series "Maron" for season three. Production on 13 new half-hour episodes will begin this fall, and the show will return to IFC in the spring of 2015. Each episode of the comedy offers a fictionalized look at Marc's...
  • How Much Television Can the TV Biz -- and Viewers -- Handle?

    As a new television season begins this month, even the most devoted couch potatoes may be overwhelmed by the deluge of new and returning series premieres that will unspool over the next year. And they're not the only ones. Industry executives are quietly...
  • New on DVD: 'The Fault In Our Stars,' 'Godzilla,' 'Think Like a Man Too'

    Romance and a familiar monster are in this week's new DVD offerings. "The Fault In Our Stars" Grade B-MINUS: A young couple meet at a cancer support group. A gentle approach when making an emotionally charged movie allows an audience time to connect...