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  • George Clooney DID get married -- who lost their bet?

    "ONE OF the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he could do what he was afraid he couldn't do." -- Henry Ford A LOT of money changed hands this weekend. Many people had to fork over cash, buy dinners, roll their...
  • PBS, CBS Are Biggest Winners At Emmys For News, Documentaries

    PBS and CBS took home the most Emmys Tuesday night for news and documentaries, while ABC's "Nightline" won three of the awards in various categories - the only other outlet to win more than two awards at the event. The National Academy of Television Arts...
  • Robin Williams: A comic actor with classical training

    Robin Williams: A comic actor with classical training
    Robin Williams, who died of an apparent suicide on Monday at the age of 63, was an actor of prodigious comic gifts both on stage as a stand-up comedian and on-screen as an actor. What many of his fans may not know or remember is that behind his hyper...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Film Society of Lincoln Center's Residency Program Offers Stress-Free Work

    Six weeks in New York, all expenses paid, VIP status at the New York Film Fest and private chats with big-name filmmakers. And a worry-free period to work. That's what the Film Society of Lincoln Center's new Filmmaker in Residence program aims to give...
  • Film Society of Lincoln Center Using Polaroids to Capture NYFF A-Listers

    The Polaroid 20×24 camera looks downright surreal, like one of those old accordion cameras inflated beyond all reasonable proportion. It gets even wackier when you imagine a growing roster of film industry A-listers and rising stars standing in front of...
  • 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...
  • 'Gone Girl' finds David Fincher at delightfully twisted best

    Based on a whopper of a bestselling novel (more than 2 million copies moved in the first year alone), with a major star in the lead and a top-of-the line director behind the camera, the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl" couldn't be a bigger...
  • 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...