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  • Film Review: 'Manos sucias'

    Two impoverished fishermen from Colombia's Pacific coast transport drugs for cash in "Manos sucias," a rocky feature debut from New York-based helmer Josef Wladyka, here working with a non-pro cast that evinces more enthusiasm than finesse. Although it...
  • Film Review: 'Mateo'

    An at-risk teen learns a lesson about values, the importance of community, and the liberating power of art in "Mateo," a straightforward social-issues drama from Colombia-born, NYU- and La Femis-trained helmer Maria Gamboa. Told with passion and...
  • Legendary TV Names Noah Greenshner VP of Scripted Development

    Legendary TV announced Wednesday that Noah Greenshner, who has spent the last several years as a producer, has been elevated to VP of scripted development. Greenshner will report to exec VP of scripted development Peter Johnson and will be responsible...
  • Fox News Shifts 'Sunday Housecall' to Accommodate Bartiromo Show

    Fox News Channel will move its "Sunday Housecall" program to make room for Maria Bartiromo's new business-focused Sunday talk show. Fox News said "Sunday Housecall" will now air at 12:30 p.m on Sundays, after previously airing at 10:30 a.m. Bartiromo'...
  • National Music Theater Institute Planned For O'Neill Center

    To capitalize on the increasing interest by young people in the area of music theater, Waterford’s Eugene O’Neill Theater Center is launching this fall a new division of the National Theater Institute called the National Music Theater...
  • Scientists produce synthetic yeast chromosome, with help from Hopkins students

    Scientists produce synthetic yeast chromosome, with help from Hopkins students
    With the help of Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering students who spent years stringing bits of DNA together, scientists have built the world's first synthetic yeast chromosome, which eventually could help in the production of drugs, vaccines, biofuels...
  • Directors Zhang Yimou, Ang Lee Talk Censorship, Hollywood Partnerships at NYU Event

    East met east Thursday night in New York as directors Ang Lee and Zhang Yimou took to the stage for an intimate dialogue about their lives and careers, organized by New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and Beijing-based online video portal LeTV,...
  • Creator of TV's 'Batman' Lorenzo Semple Jr. Dies at 91

    Lorenzo Semple Jr., creator of the '60s "Batman" TV series and scribe on thrillers "The Parallax View" and "Three Days of Condor," died on Friday in his home in Los Angeles, according to reports. He had turned 91 on Thursday. The screenwriter also had an...
  • Rachel Brosnahan, from Highland Park to 'House of Cards'

    Rachel Brosnahan, from Highland Park to 'House of Cards'
    Rachel Brosnahan was only supposed to have five lines in Netflix's "House of Cards." As Rachel Posner, a call girl, Brosnahan's role was slated for a two-episode arc in the critically acclaimed series starring Kevin Spacey as ruthless politician Francis...
  • Weitzberg to run for Costa Mesa City Council

    Weitzberg to run for Costa Mesa City Council
    Harold Weitzberg, a city committee member and marketing entrepreneur, announced Wednesday that he will run for the Costa Mesa City Council. The 64-year-old longtime resident last ran in 2012. Since then, the Queens, N.Y., native has kept active in the...
  • Ft. Hood shooting underscores Army's mental health crisis

    KILLEEN, Texas -- This week's deadly shootings at Ft. Hood suggest that after years of trying to confront a mental health crisis, the military is still struggling to design a healthcare system that can identify and successfully treat service members who...