In addition to featuring an overture and an intermission, the limited engagement will include six extra minutes of material.
The director told lively stories of a spontaneous production, which largely took place in and around the port city.
It seems like we say it every year but the Oscar race for best cinematography is as heated as it's ever been this season.
Abi Morgan discusses women's empowerment in the industry and the hurdles female-driven films face.
In a welcome change of pace, female-driven narratives are front and center this season, from "Mad Max: Fury Road" to "Suffragette" to "Brooklyn."
Director Danny Boyle and cinematographer Alwin H. Kuchler discuss filming the three acts of "Steve Jobs" in 16mm, 35mm and digital.
Cinematographers John Toll, Bill Bennett and Lowell Peterson will be honored by the American Society of Cinematographers in February.
The film premiered at the New York Film Festival Sunday night and it could be another best picture feather in Steven Spielberg's cap.
Actress Jane Fonda kept the focus on social concerns in accepting a career achievement honor presented by the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Saturday night.
Why so serious? Master filmmakers Ridley Scott and Robert Zemeckis bring antidotes to somber Oscar fodder this season.
The Weinstein Company announced Thursday that July boxing drama "Southpaw" will get a re-release on Oct. 2.