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Annie Hall (movie)

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  • Interview: Woody Allen Talks 'Blue Jasmine,' Money and Loss

    When it comes to awards-season stumping, you won't catch Woody Allen making the rounds of the guild and Academy screening circuit, showing up at cocktail receptions in his honor, or otherwise doing much of anything to remind people that, yes, he made a...
  • Golden Globe nominations out! Weinsteins and Warner Bros. tussle.

    Golden Globe nominations out! Weinsteins and Warner Bros. tussle.
    After the coffee. Before second-guessing the Golden Globe nominations. The Skinny: I'm playing beat the clock today as I try to get this done in time to watch the FCC get grilled on Capitol Hill. Oh the exciting life I lead. Today's Fix includes a look...
  • Oscar-Contending Films Capture Many Moods of New York City

    From the romantic quirkiness of "Annie Hall" to the Machiavellian ladder-climbing of "Wall Street" to the gritty desperation of "Dog Day Afternoon," New York has long served as a character in cinematic storytelling. But, as a slew of this year's awards-...
  • Woody Allen Weighs a Return to Standup and More During Busy 'Blue' Period

    In the more than 40 years since he gave up touring as a standup comic to focus on his film career, Woody Allen has never missed his old life on the nightclub circuit. Until one night last month, as he sat in the audience at the Cafe Carlyle watching...
  • Donald L. Symington, Broadway actor

    Donald L. Symington, Broadway actor
    Donald L. Symington, a career feature actor whose classic patrician good looks earned him roles on Broadway and in movies, television, soap operas and regional theaters, died Wednesday of Parkinson's disease at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The...
  • Writers Guild Unveils 10 Screenplay Nominations

    Mixing mainstream and specialty titles, the Writers Guild of America has nominated Tracy Letts for "August: Osage County," Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke for "Before Midnight," Billy Ray for "Captain Phillips," Peter Berg for "Lone...
  • Defense of Marriage should be allowed to sink

    I try to avoid outdated pop culture references, but I dredge one up every semester as I lecture my college journalism classes not to let their stories bog down in repetitive direct quotations. A news story should move forward, preferably at a breakneck...
  • 'Blue Jasmine' will get widest release of Woody Allen's career

    'Blue Jasmine' will get widest release of Woody Allen's career
    Sony Pictures Classics is increasing the theater count for "Blue Jasmine" from 229 locations to more than 1,200 on Friday -- marking the widest release of Woody Allen's career. The drama, which stars Cate Blanchett as a wealthy socialite in the midst of...
  • Review: 'Blue Jasmine' a bleak but moving gem

    She's come undone. The title of one of my favorite Wally Lamb novels about a woman over the edge kept running through my mind as I watched Woody Allen's new film "Blue Jasmine." There's just no better way to put it. Jasmine, in such a paralyzing state...
  • Can Telluride Continue to Steal Venice and Toronto's Thunder?

    For decades, the Venice and Toronto film festivals have stood by while Telluride stole their thunder on world premieres, but could this year's impressive 40th anniversary Telluride lineup -- featuring sneaks of Oscar contenders "Labor Day," "Gravity,"...
  • Do Film Festivals Have Oscar's Ear?

    Is there such a thing as too much awards buzz? That's a question worth asking as this year's awards chatter emanating from Cannes, Venice and Telluride has reached an ear-splitting, all-time high here at Toronto. This past weekend's showings of...