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  • Brunch with Oscar at Civic Theatre

    You've heard of dinner and a movie, but have you considered brunching with Oscar? Starting at 11 a.m. Sunday, Civic Theatre of Allentown is screening Academy Award-winning features every Sunday for four weeks in its Theatre514. Beforehand, at 10:30 a.m....
  • Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors

    Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors
    A number of recent movies — including some of this year's top awards contenders — revive a decades-old debate about the type of director who shapes the most memorable films. In his famed 1962 essay, "Notes on the Auteur Theory," Andrew...
  • Altman doc reminds a critic of why the movies matter -- and when he noticed

    Altman doc reminds a critic of why the movies matter -- and when he noticed
    The 95-minute documentary "Altman" first aired on EPIX cable in August, but it opens for a limited theatrical run next week (Nov. 15, 16 and 20) at the Gene Siskel Film Center. However you see it, despite its necessarily abridged view of director Robert...
  • More Movie-Musicals Are Waiting In The Wings For Stage And TV

    More Movie-Musicals Are Waiting In The Wings For Stage And TV
    Beyond Goodspeed's "Holiday Inn," producer-executive Chris Herzberger, director-writer Gordon Greenberg and writer Chad Hodge have a long list of projects waiting in the wings For Universal Stage Productions and Herzberger, projects in development...
  • A Day To Remember Delivers Red-Blooded American Rock

    A Day To Remember Delivers Red-Blooded American Rock
    A Day To Remember's Parks and Devastation Tour arrives on the heels of a successful legal struggle to self-release their latest album, "Common Courtesy" (which has since gone on to sell more than 200,000 copies), several European appearances and the...
  • Robert Redford sues New York over Sundance Channel tax bill

    Robert Redford sues New York over Sundance Channel tax bill
    The actor and director Robert Redford has sued New York state to stop it from trying to collect $1.57 million in personal income taxes over his 2005 sale of a stake in the Sundance Channel. In a complaint filed on July 31 against the New York State...
  • The hotel minibar is Satan's pantry. Here's a way to fight back.

    The hotel minibar is Satan's pantry. Here's a way to fight back.
    Let us stipulate this upfront: Theft is wrong. It's right there with adultery and murder on the list of things you're never supposed to do, according to the book in the bed-table drawer of your hotel room. But if movies such as "The Sting," "Trading...
  • Annapolis Film Festival building on local and family bonds

    Annapolis Film Festival building on local and family bonds
    For documentary filmmakers and Annapolis residents Patti White and Lee Anderson, establishing a film festival in their hometown wasn't a labor of love. It was a no-brainer. White and Anderson, business partners since 1990 when they founded an Annapolis-...
  • Oscars 1974: It was a very good year

    In the long history of Oscar ceremonies, few matched the craziness, drama and poignancy of the 46th Academy Awards, which took place almost 40 years ago on April 2, 1974, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. That ceremony, hosted by writer-director John...
  • Connecticut's Musical Heroes -- Natives And Adoptees

    Are we a musical state? We are indeed. But our performances and organizations tell only part of the story. In some ways, the vitality and range of Connecticut's musical history is best indicated by the large and ever-lengthening roster of notable music...
  • George Clooney on the Epic Battle to Make 'Monuments Men'

    The walls of his rustic chic home, tucked away on a quiet wooded street in Studio City, are graced with framed black-and-white photographs of gorgeous leading men from a bygone era: Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Gregory Peck and Paul Newman, among them. In his...