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  • Film Society of Lincoln Center Partners With Hollywood to Stay Competitive

    Since Lincoln Center's 2006-12 expansion, change has been coming fast and furious to the once proudly stodgy Film Society of Lincoln Center. In this first year under exec director Lesli Klainberg, deputy director Eugene Hernandez and year-round director...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford Stage Accepting Entries For Annual Write On Young Playwrights' Competition

    Hartford Stage is currently accepting entries for its annual Write On Young Playwrights' Competition. Write On is open to all Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island residents in grades 9 through 12. From among these applicants, five to six are...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Lady Day' Breaks a Record as the Fall Season Accelerates

    "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill" may not post the highest numbers on the Broadway charts, but the play-with-music is making big money in a small theater: The show, powered by Audra McDonald's Tony-winning performance, broke the box office record last...
  • TV picks for the week of Sept. 21-27

    Now we're talkin' well, watchin' (please don't talk unless there's a commercial on). The broadcast networks' primetime season kicks off with enough new and returning programming to choke your DVR. Here's what caught my eye this week: Sunday: "Madam...
  • Q&A: Ty Burrell on 'Skeleton Twins' and Dream 'Modern Family' Guests

    Ty Burrell just scored his second Emmy for playing oblivious but lovable Phil Dunphy on "Modern Family," but he can be seen on the bigscreen in a very different role -- as a closeted gay man in the Sundance hit "The Skeleton Twins" opposite Kristen Wiig...
  • Q&A: New NYC Film Czar Aims to Build on Predecessor's Success

    Barely four months into her post as commissioner of the New York City Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, Cynthia Lopez sits atop an agency responsible for the smooth operation of an industry that generates a whopping $7 billion in direct...
  • Council on Workforce Innovation Places Women at the Forefront with Nashville Event

    A band of professionals in Nashville is looking to change the beat when it comes to who calls the shots in the entertainment industry. The Council on Workforce Innovation, an initiative to increase diversity and technology across all professions, will...
  • NFL Faces Repeated Blows from Hollywood in Concussion-Centered Films

    Hollywood is warming up to tackle the National Football League with several projects that focus on concussion-related brain injuries among players. Each of the works could shed new light on the most contentious issue plaguing both the sport and the...
  • Passion for Music Drives Women in the Workforce Honoree Anastasia Brown

    Anastasia Brown, recipient of the Trailblazer Award at the Women in the Workforce Forum & Awards, credits naiveté in helping her blaze her own path as an artist manager, music supervisor, music publisher, A&R executive, talent booker and author. Brown...
  • Jessica Springsteen, Hannah Selleck Among High-Profile Horse Riders at Longines LA Masters

    From polo to show jumping to racing, equestrian sports have always fascinated Hollywood. Showbiz will get a chance to indulge in its love of horses with the debut of the Longines Los Angeles Masters Sept. 25-28 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The...
  • New York Film Fest: Less Risk, More Reward for Studios

    As Toronto fought Telluride for premieres, and fest competition for prestige pics reached a fever pitch this year, the New York Film Festival quietly delivered some key victories: world premieres of two highly anticipated lit adaptations for its opening...