Bill Cunningham, a New York Times fashion photographer who documented street style through several decades, died Saturday in New York, the newspaper announced. He was 87. Cunningham had been…
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Opting mostly for mainstream studio titles, the Producers Guild of America has tapped 10 nominees for its top feature award -- "The Artist," "Bridesmaids," "The Descendants," "The Girl with the…
"Buck," "Project Nim" and "Paradise Lost" are among the 15 documentary features to advance in the category for the 84th Academy Awards.
This year's documentary Oscar race just got bigger. With a rule change that allows films to qualify over a 16-month period (Sept. 1, 2010, to Dec. 31, 2011, instead of just September to August)…
Richard Press' docu "Bill Cunningham New York" has racked up impressive B.O. in its first week at Gotham's Film Forum, pulling in $64,566 on a single screen.
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Rarely has anyone embodied contradictions as happily and harmoniously as octogenarian New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham.