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  • Oscars: 15 Documentary Features Make Shortlist

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced 15 documentary features in contention for Oscar, from a huge category of 147 films that had originally qualified. The list includes "20 Feet From Stardom," the year's highest grossing docu; "The Armstrong Lie," "The Act of Killing" and "Blackfish" (pictured from left); as well as "Stories We Tell" by Sarah Polley, which won the N.Y Critics Circle Award today.
  • Casting directors often play a starring role

    "I broke her down and had her do it again and again, saying 'Go deeper, go deeper,' until she was worn out emotionally. Then I asked how she felt, and she said she understood that [an abusive slave owner] could take her body but not her soul, and she...

    TV This Week: Aug. 4 - 10: 'The White Queen' on Starz

    TV This Week: Aug. 4 - 10: 'The White Queen' on Starz
    Customized TV Listings are available here: Click here to download TV listings for the week of August 4 - 10, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SUNDAY Are you ready for some —...

    TV Picks: 'Dobie Gillis,' 'Awesomes,' 'Casting By,' 'Broadchurch'

    TV Picks: 'Dobie Gillis,' 'Awesomes,' 'Casting By,' 'Broadchurch'
    "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (Shout Factory DVD). One of television's great comedies, collected completely: 20 discs, 147 episodes, immaculately transferred, compactly packaged. I mean to get around to speaking of its virtues at length in some...

    HBO casts a look at Marion Dougherty, pioneer casting director

    Marion Dougherty came to New York from Pennsylvania in 1944 with dreams of becoming a theater set designer. While waiting for her big break, she worked for $45 a week designing windows at Bergdorf Goodman. But Dougherty's break came in a different form...