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  • Film Review: 'The Better Angels'

    The comparisons between A.J. Edwards' "The Better Angels" and the work of its producer, Terrence Malick, are inevitable: This mesmerizing period piece, which nobly seeks to grasp the spiritual dimension of young Abraham Lincoln's formative early years,...
  • Norman Lloyd at 100: Hollywood's Living Memory

    The earliest surviving footage of broadcast television in America is a fragment of "The Streets of New York," an adaptation of playwright Dion Boucicault's 19th-century drama, aired by the experimental New York NBC affiliate W2XBS on August 31, 1939....
  • Oscars: Will Christopher Nolan Finally Land a Director Nomination?

    This year's best director race is all about the Oscar virgins. Most of the contenders in the running -- starting with frontrunner Richard Linklater ("Boyhood") -- have never been nominated in the category before. But one caveat to remember: predictors...
  • PopPolitics: Aaron Sorkin on 'The Newsroom,' CNN and the Boston Bombings (Listen)

    "The Newsroom" returns to HBO for its third and final season on Sunday, and creator Aaron Sorkin is once again deploying plot twists using events of the recent past, this time the Boston Marathon bombings. But in an interview with Variety's "PopPolitics,...
  • From 'Interstellar' to '2001,' five philosophical sci-fi epics

    Perhaps more than any other genre, sci-fi movies ask, "What if?" In their attempts to address that question, filmmakers have given audiences a bewildering array of sights, sounds and ideas over the years: the dystopian grit of "Blade Runner," the...
  • 'Happy Days' Potsie Writes About His Friend Willie's Life-Saving Advice

    'Happy Days' Potsie Writes About His Friend Willie's Life-Saving Advice
    Actor, director, producer and writer Anson Williams is best known as the crush-worthy Potsie Weber from the iconic 1970s sitcom "Happy Days." But a less than happy childhood and a lack of self-esteem made his teen years difficult. And then came Willie...
  • Richard Rietveld: Valencia dean remembered for passion, vision

    Richard Rietveld: Valencia dean remembered for passion, vision
    Early in the courtship of Rick Rietveld and his future wife, Kristine, she spotted him at a party and — in trying to take a seat next to him — managed to spill an entire glass of white wine down the front of her dress. Rietveld grabbed a...
  • Civic kicks off classic family film series

     
    Civic Theatre of Allentown invites parents to share some of the most beloved classic children’s films with a new generation when the 19th Street Theatre debuts its Family Film Series with “The Black Stallion” at 11 a.m. Saturday. The...
  • Hollywood cameraman insists he invented the celebrity selfie in 1981

    Hollywood cameraman insists he invented the celebrity selfie in 1981
    In the photographs, Lester Wisbrod is a constant: He always appears on the right, with a big smile and a satisfied look about him. On the left, a cavalcade of famous faces flashes by: Clint Eastwood, Jennifer Aniston, Charlton Heston, Renee Zellweger....
  • McDonnell trial: Governor's protection unit spied for state police

    McDonnell trial: Governor's protection unit spied for state police
    RICHMOND – Gov. Bob McDonnell's protection unit eavesdropped on him as fellow state police officers went through the lengthy investigation that was eventually turned over to the FBI, according to testimony offered Tuesday during the federal trial...
  • TV production in L.A. jumps 31% in the third quarter

    TV production in L.A. jumps 31% in the third quarter
    TV production continued to steal the show in the third quarter, as on location shoots for television shows surged in the Los Angeles area. Even as local feature film production continued to fall, shoots for television programs jumped 31% in the third...