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  • Telluride Film Review: 'Merchants of Doubt'

    Although it's hardly the first issue-driven documentary bent on exposing the corrupt practices and outright lies perpetuated by multinational businesses, "Merchants of Doubt" distinguishes itself in part by taking that brand of dishonesty as its very...
  • TORONTO: Jake Gyllenhaal, Naomi Watts on Romancer 'Demolition'

    Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts will star in the romantic drama "Demolition" for "Dallas Buyers club" director Jean-Marc Vallee. Gyllenhaal's attachment was first reported in June. Shooting will start Sept. 15 in New York City. Producers are Black Label...
  • Fall movie season is here

    As far as Hollywood is concerned, summer is in the rearview mirror. Fall movie season arrived Tuesday and will stretch into November when it gives way to holiday films including "Into the Woods" from director Rob Marshall. As always, dates are subject to...
  • Directors Like 'Whiplash's' Damien Chazelle Drum Up Attention With Short Films

    Like the intensely single-minded drummer Miles Teller plays in "Whiplash," its writer-director, Damien Chazelle, did not arrive on the world stage unprepared. In fact, exactly one year before his white-knuckle feature won Sundance's grand jury prize,...
  • J.K. Simmons on Playing a 'Real' Villain in 'Whiplash'

    Though he's appeared in more than 50 movies and several hit TV shows, J.K. Simmons is perhaps still best known as the deadpan professor in Farmer's Insurance commercials. "It's humbling, to say the least," says the 59-year-old actor. So perhaps it's only...
  • Toronto Film Fest Market Faces Challenges With Platform Changes, Global Politics

    Sellers at this week's Toronto Film Festival hope to ride the wave of Cannes and Sundance, which saw a healthy number of deals close earlier in the year. But by no means does that suggest that the movie business is in full recovery. "The market is bigger...
  • Georgia, Louisiana May Benefit From End of North Carolina's Production Tax Credits in 2015

    The sun may be setting soon on North Carolina as a site for movie and TV production. But its loss will likely be Georgia's and Louisiana's gain. On Aug. 20, North Carolina lawmakers decided to replace the state's current incentive program -- which is...
  • Art of Elysium's Genesis Aims for Greater Scope

    As Art of Elysium founder Jennifer Howell admits, the central mission of the org she founded is sometimes hard for people to wrap their heads around. Created in 1997, the org offers artistic outreach programs in children's hospitals and elder-care...
  • Manhattan Theater Club Sets Lisa D'Amour's 'Airline Highway' for Broadway

    Manhattan Theater Club, the New York nonprofit theater company, will round out its Broadway season with "Airline Highway," the new play by Lisa D'Amour ("Detroit") that will premiere later this fall at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater. Joe Mantello ("...
  • Fall movie preview 2014

    Fall movie preview 2014
    If you read “Gone Girl,” by bestselling Chicago author Gillian Flynn, the schedule of movies opening between now and the end of the year is pretty much the book’s big-screen version—directed by David Fincher! (“The Social...
  • Movie world ready for films, festivities in Toronto

    TORONTO As if the chance to catch a glimpse of Channing Tatum or Denzel Washington or Reese Witherspoon weren't enough, the Toronto International Film Festival will create a pedestrian promenade this year with artworks, pop-up performances, a music...