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  • Academy's Museum of Motion Pictures Unveils More Details of Glitzy Remodel

    The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has unveiled more details of the design for the new Museum of Motion Pictures to be constructed in the old May Co. location at Wilshire Blvd. and Fairfax Ave. in Los Angeles. A chief curator and a museum...
  • BAFTA to Present Helen Mirren with Fellowship

    LONDON -- The British Academy of Film and Television Arts will present Helen Mirren with its highest honor, the Fellowship, at the EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony at the Royal Opera House, London on Feb. 16. Awarded annually, the Fellowship is...
  • HBO Eyeing Spielberg's Napoleon Mini Based on Kubrick Script

    Napoleon Bonaparte may be getting the pay TV treatment, as HBO is in early talks to acquire a Steven Spielberg-produced miniseries centering on the infamous French leader. Development of the mini, which is based on a 1961 screenplay penned by Stanley...
  • 'Dr. Strangelove's' connections to the JFK assassination

    On Nov. 21, 1963, film critics were planning to catch a special preview of Stanley Kubrick's "Dr. Strangelove" the next day. But when the news came from Dallas on Nov. 22, those plans changed. "NEVER HELD ... THE DAY KENNEDY WAS SHOT," one guest...
  • Score One for Movie Maestros: Audiences Grow for Film-Music Concerts

    On a Friday night last month at UCLA's Royce Hall, British conductor John Wilson led a 97-piece orchestra and 36-voice choir in two hours of selections from classic MGM musicals. By the end of the performance, an invitation-only crowd of 1,000 industry...
  • Britain is Hollywood's home away from home

    Britain is Hollywood's home away from home
    LONDON — You really have to keep your eye on the British. Now they've stolen Brad Pitt. Pitt, part of a British-bound diaspora of U.S. actors, directors and studio executives, is spending his autumn riding in a Sherman tank around a muddy...
  • Actress, Writer Chris Chase Dies

    Chris Chase, a writer and actress who starred (under the name Irene Kane) in Stanley Kubrick's early film noir feature "Killer's Kiss" but spent more time co-penning the autobiographies of notables including Josephine Baker, Rosalind Russell and Betty...
  • Britannia Awards Mutes the Awards Campaigning

    Awards contender "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" got a big boost in terms of awareness and goodwill at Saturday's Britannia Awards, but in general the campaigning was appropriately subdued. At this time of year, it's easy to be cynical and presume...
  • 'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave' build buzz heading into Toronto

    'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave' build buzz heading into Toronto
    Telluride's over, and the Venice Film Festival is past its midpoint. Judging from reports, we can safely declare a couple of things: 1. You'd better learn how to spell and pronounce the name Chiwetel Ejiofor, the British actor who plays the free black...