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  • Ted Flicker dies at 84; writer, director co-created 'Barney Miller'

    Ted Flicker dies at 84; writer, director co-created 'Barney Miller'
    Ted Flicker, who co-created the hit TV series "Barney Miller" and directed the cult-favorite political film satire "The President's Analyst," died Saturday at his home in Santa Fe, N.M. He was 84.
  • Looking forward, and back, at the TIFF

    Looking forward, and back, at the TIFF
    Among North American competition titles, director Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher," opening commercially Nov. 14 (and Nov. 21 in Chicago), has drawn the lion's share of the raves during the Toronto International Film Festival, concluding Sunday. Toronto...

    A Naro audience gets to experience 'Life Itself'

    A Naro audience gets to experience 'Life Itself'
     There is such a thing as a loud silence. We experienced it last night, several times, while watching "Life Itself" at the Naro Expanded Cinema in Norfolk.  It's one thing for a movie audience to be quiet, or even silent. But there are moments that...

    See 'Life Itself,' introduced by the filmmaker, at the Naro

    See 'Life Itself,' introduced by the filmmaker, at the Naro
     It's too bad that it has taken this long for "Life Itself" to make it to Hampton Roads. The film - a wonderful documentary adaptation of the memoirs of the late Roger Ebert - got a small release in early July and gradually expanded across the country....

    Cool movie events in Hampton Roads this week

    Cool movie events in Hampton Roads this week
     Here are some cool movie events in Hampton Roads this week:  Movie Tavern in Williamsburg will feature "The Blues Brothers" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday as part of its weekly Retro Cinema series. A lot of laughs along the way, and even more...