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  • Harris Savides dies at 55; cinematographer on 'Zodiac' and 'Milk'

    Harris Savides, who was widely considered one of the most influential contemporary cinematographers, earning acclaim for his canny visual sensibility on such films as "Zodiac" and "Milk," died Wednesday. He was 55. The Skouras Agency confirmed the New...
  • Ensemble overwhelmed by one member in 'For Ellen' ★★ 1/2

    Ensemble overwhelmed by one member in 'For Ellen' ★★ 1/2
    Some actors see themselves as soloists required, by performance law, to spend time acting near, around or alongside their colleagues on camera, never quite adapting their strategy to that of their scene partners. They're too busy doing their own thing....
  • 'Ginger & Rosa' a showcase for Elle Fanning ★★★

    'Ginger & Rosa' a showcase for Elle Fanning ★★★
    As the ampersand between their names indicates, "Ginger & Rosa" are inseparable, pals since birth, best friends for as long as anyone can remember. At least until now. It's 1962 in London, and 17-year-old old Rosa worries about finding true love, "the...
  • Hartford Stage's 50th Season Includes Premiere of Musical Comedy, Classics

    A premiere of an original musical comedy, two classics performed in repertory, a reunion of the theater's five artistic directors, and a "rejuvenated" Dickens' favorite are highlights of Hartford Stage's 50th anniversary season beginning in September....
  • Review: 'Ginger & Rosa' a showcase for Elle Fanning

    Review: 'Ginger & Rosa' a showcase for Elle Fanning
    As the ampersand between their names indicates, "Ginger & Rosa" are inseparable, pals since birth, best friends for as long as anyone can remember. At least until now. It's 1962 in London, and 17-year-old Rosa worries about finding true love, "the...
  • Broadway Concert Pays Its Respects To Sandy Hook

    Broadway Concert Pays Its Respects To Sandy Hook
    It was an out-of-town Broadway show that closed in one night, but those in the audience are likely to remember it for a long time because the show was produced just for them. Tony Award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell sang "The Impossible Dream."...
  • Theater review: 'Somewhere' at the Old Globe

     
    Charles McNulty reviews the world premiere of Matthew Lopez's "Somewhere" at the Old Globe....
  • Movie Review: Somewhere

     
    At one point in her quiet and downright languorous Hymn to Hollywood, “Somewhere,” Sofia Coppola points her static camera at her star, Stephen Dorff, as his head is encased in goo. He's a movie star who needs to have a head-cast made for...
  • Sofia Coppola: real-life homecoming queen at 'Somewhere' premiere

     
    After conquering the Venice International Film Festival with her latest offering, "Somewhere," Sofia Coppola's stateside opening was as cool and casual as the director herself. Coppola brought her movie "home to Hollywood," as Focus Features Chief Exec...
  • 'Somewhere'

    'Somewhere'
    Sofia Coppola made a big mark as a writer-director with "Lost in Translation," winning an Oscar for the script, and she delves into another probe of a relationship between an older man and a younger woman in this drama - but in this case, it's a father...
  • On Theater: Felder changes tempo for Bernstein tribute 'Maestro'

    Quick, what do "On the Town," "On the Waterfront" and "West Side Story" have in common? Give up? All three were propelled musically by the genius of Leonard Bernstein, the latest subject in Hershey Felder's series of tributes on the stage of the Laguna...