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Alien sounds go old-school

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In a way, Mark Stoeckinger feels like he's come full circle with his work on Ridley Scott's "Prometheus." It was the helmer's "Alien," after all, that pulled the supervising sound editor into the…

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Finding the right ‘experts’

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Some reporters no doubt have had to suppress chuckles reading the inevitable spate of stories in which pundits handicapped the prospects of new fall TV series, among them one called "Animal…

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Fantasy fare revists happily ending

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In the immediate aftermath of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, with its 17 Academy Awards capped by a best film Oscar for 2004's "The Return of the King," Hollywood seemed ripe for a fantasy invasion.

A dominant Broadway trio

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The legit industry trade org, the Broadway League, classifies 40 venues as Broadway houses, and a look at their stats offers a bird's-eye view of physical Broadway.

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Film festival gets on the bus

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Which came first, the film festival or the social justice protest? Ask Erez Barenholtz and Elad Goldman, directors of this year's Tel Aviv Student Film Festival, and they will tell you they honestly…

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Canuck comic nails multiculti laffs

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The hottest ticket in Quebec so far this year is for a show by a local comic whose first language is Punjabi, but who cracks wise in English and French, and delights in making fun of Quebecois…

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