In a New York Times newsroom filled with stars, David Carr ranked as one of the few whose death would merit a makeover of the newspaper’s front page. When the media columnist died suddenly Thursday…
An attention-grabbing performance by Hunter Page-Lochard is the major selling point of Sarah Spillane's cliche-ridden high school-set drama.
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In television, the burdensome label "quality" can be a hard sell to audiences. But as this year's Emmy nominations demonstrate, you can sure as hell market it.
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If sharks were camels and the Pacific was a desert, the Norwegian adventure "Kon-Tiki" could be "Lawrence of Arabia." It has a dashing blond hero with penetrating blue eyes. And it has the kind of…
As of this writing, my Klout score is 62.
Hold the front page: Vaudeville Discovered Alive and Well... and living uproariously in Nicholas Hytner's joyous production.
The 2011 Sarasota Film Festival will open with doc "Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times" and screen more than 180 features and shorts in a nine-day run to be capped by closer "Beginners."
An efficient primer on a year's worth of stories and setbacks at America's paper of record.
Ellen Page is set to play one of English literature's most famous characters, the eponymous heroine of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre."
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