Andrzej Wajda's stirring biopic of Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa is old-fashioned in the best sense.
Dutch black comedy is not quite a slam dunk due to a lack of modulation of escalating events but is nonetheless cleverly engaging throughout.
The declining years of Portuguese Nobel Prize-winning novelist Jose Saramago are a perhaps surprising source of real drama in this compelling behind-the-scenes docu.
Accusing "Nobel Son" of being over-the-top is like complaining the circus is too colorful. Flamboyance, in all its generic guises, at times seems to be the very raison d'etre behind Randall Miller's…
Nobel Prize winner Derek Walcott is teaming with Gotham-based Kaufman Films to write, produce and direct his musical play, "Ti Jean and His Brothers."
Elaine Anderson Steinbeck, one of the first women to work as a Broadway stage manager and who later was the wife of Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck, died April 27 in New York City after a…
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