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Animation (Movie Genre)

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  • BH5 Group Backs Alonso Ruizpalacios' 'Museum'

    BH5 Group, a burgeoning Mexican production-finance hub which co-produces Atom Egoyan's upcoming "Remember," has attached Alfonso Ruizpalacios, director of "Güeros," one of the most notable feature debut of 2014, to direct "Museum." Written by Manuel...
  • Belafonte Electrifies Governors Awards, Issues Challenge to Hollywood

    Harry Belafonte gave one of the all-time great acceptance speeches at Saturday night's Governors Awards, citing Hollywood's often-shameful power to influence attitudes, and challenging the heavy-hitters in the room to instead create works that allow...
  • Box Office: 'Big Hero 6′ Races Past 'Interstellar' With $56.2 Million

    Family audiences lifted "Big Hero 6" over "Interstellar" and the fanboys and girls who turned out in force for Christopher Nolan's space adventure in one of the fiercest box office match-ups of the year. "Big Hero 6" topped the charts with $56.2...
  • Box Office: Can 'Interstellar,' 'Big Hero 6′ Stick Around for the Long Haul?

    In an era of ephemeral blockbusters, "Big Hero 6" and "Interstellar" are two hugely expensive films that hope to show some box office staying power. Most tentpole releases burn brightly but extinguish quickly. The bet when it comes to the animated film...
  • New musical from 'Frozen' songwriters about an awkward computer repairman

    New musical from 'Frozen' songwriters about an awkward computer repairman
    The new musical from the Academy Award-winning songwriters of "Frozen" will tell the story of a socially awkward computer repairman named Dan who becomes attracted to Lindsay, a t-shirt designer. But his overactive imagination keeps getting in the way...
  • Hollywood turns out for Academy's Governors Awards honorees

    Hollywood turns out for Academy's Governors Awards honorees
    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences went global with its honorary Governors Awards on Saturday evening in Hollywood, paying tribute to three movie legends — Irish-born actress Maureen O'Hara, Japanese filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki and...
  • A sneak peek at new movies during the holidays

    NOV. 5 Interstellar As mankind's time on Earth comes to an end, astronauts travel through a wormhole in search of a new home for humanity. With Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine. Written by Jonathan Nolan and...
  • Hartford Stage Plans Autism-Friendly 'Christmas Carol' Performance

    Hartford Stage Plans Autism-Friendly 'Christmas Carol' Performance
    Hartford Stage will be entertaining a special audience for those on the autism spectrum for one performance of "A Christmas Carol — A Ghost Story of Christmas." The theater will host its first a "sensory-friendly" performance of its annual holiday...
  • Best picture Oscar contenders often break the genre film barrier

    There is a long-running misconception that members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences love only underdog biopics, literary adaptations and anything in which Meryl Streep speaks with an accent. But if you look at the list of the 500-plus...
  • 'Boyhood' wins best film of 2014 honor from N.Y. Film Critics Circle

    'Boyhood' wins best film of 2014 honor from N.Y. Film Critics Circle
    "Boyhood," Richard Linklater's acclaimed coming-of-age drama shot over a 12-year period, was named best film of 2014 on Monday by the New York Film Critics Circle. "Boyhood" also won awards for director Linklater and supporting actress for Patricia...
  • 'Hunchback of Notre Dame' at La Jolla has identity crisis

     'Hunchback of Notre Dame' at La Jolla has identity crisis
    The busy afterlife of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," Victor Hugo's 1831 doorstop novel about a church bell ringer with severe chiropractic difficulties, continues with a musical adaptation that's notable for being the first stage collaboration between two...