Singer-actress Deanna Durbin, who was the highest-paid female star in Hollywood in 1947 but quit the biz the following year at the age of 26, has died, her fan club announced Tuesday. No date or…
It's an Off Broadway awards show, but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of stars lined up for it: The roster of actors to score nominations for the 2013 Lucille Lortel Awards includes Jake…
Russia's top independent production company, CTB, whose slate includes some of the most profitable local films of the last decade, is launching distrib outfit Nashe Kino.
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Audree Neva Wilson, mother of three founding members of the Beach Boys, died Dec. 1 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from heart and kidney failure. She was 80.
Promising psycho-suspenser about a prominent, married businessman becoming obsessed with one of his daughter's roommates degenerates into a potboiler laced with overdone sex, murder, unexplained…
If "When I Close My Eyes" is a precursor of things to come, then expect to see some exciting new talent emerging from the newly constituted Slovenian Republic. This psychological thriller, the first…
Tact, taste, insight and forthrightness make this one of the most incisive and original films treating mental problems.
Adding comedy lines, music, color and CinemaScope, Jerry Wald and Leo McCarey turn this remake of the 1939 Love Affair into a winning film that is alternately funny and tenderly sentimental. An…
Original George S. Kaufman-Howard Teichmann Broadway script was changed to fit an older stage actress, Josephine Hull, and is now changed back in the Columbia film version for a younger comedienne…