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  • Documentary creators take historical look at Kokomo

    It's no secret that since its incorporation in 1855, Kokomo has developed a rich, if complicated, history, and in an effort to capture the city's past, a group of employees at KGOV2 have created a documentary exploring the area's origins.
  • Roger Ebert program at University of Illinois halfway funded

    Roger Ebert program at University of Illinois halfway funded
    Designed, according to Chaz Ebert, to “realize Roger’s dream for a crossroads of film studies, production and ethics,” a new film and critical studies program to be housed at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is halfway to...

    When Paul Thomas Anderson studied with David Foster Wallace

    When Paul Thomas Anderson studied with David Foster Wallace
    Paul Thomas Anderson says the first teacher he fell in love with was David Foster Wallace. The novelist who would go on to write "Infinite Jest" taught an English class at Emerson College in the early 1990s. Anderson, who would go on to direct the films...

    VH1 Orders 'Barely Famous' Reality Parody from Sara and Erin Foster

    VH1 has picked up "Barely Famous," a docudrama parodying reality television from hyphenate sisters Sara and Erin Foster. The network has ordered six half-hour episodes of the comedy set to premiere in March 2015. The Foster duo, who are the daughters...

    Carousel of Hope Spins Into 27th Its Fundraising Gala

    The challenge for Carousel of Hope co-founder Barbara Davis and producer George Schlatter at the org's 27th biennial charity gala Oct. 11 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel is to remember not to over-entertain the audience. That sounds like an easy assignment...