Emmy nomination day this year was like an instant snapshot of the breadth and excitement of today's television landscape, not to mention — for the recognized actors — a reminder that TV might be…
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Release the hounds: DogTV — touted as the first TV network aimed at man's best friend — is a real 24-hour channel that will be unleashed on DirecTV starting Aug. 1. For the first two weeks of August…
Film critic Roger Ebert was not only the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, but one of the only critics known to the general public, thanks to his long-running movie review shows such as…
Fran Warren, the singer and thesp who appeared in 1952's "Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd" and whose 1947 recording of "A Sunday Kind of Love" became one of the biggest hits of the Big Band…
Helen Mirren's Walk of Fame star ceremony on Hollywood today will be one of the rare instances in which she stoops to conquer.
When Roger Ebert announced last week that he had reluctantly put his TV series "Ebert Presents At The Movies" on hiatus, it may have marked the end of a genre that he helped create more than 35 years…
Talent clearance supervisor Susan Brownstein died Sept. 20 in Los Angeles after a long illness. She was 64.
Revitalizes the piece's choreography through inventive use of out-of-the-way Gotham locales and brilliant camerawork.
The majority of the year's TV movies were biopic, posing unique challenges for thier cast.
The three finalists for the Chaz & Roger Ebert Truer Than Fiction kudo, which comes with a $25,000 grant, represent a departure from the "instructional documentary"; these films were made to let…
Bringing a radically new perspective to World War II and the Holocaust, this fast-paced docu, based on Lynn Nicholas' bestseller about the fate of European art both under the Nazis and afterward…
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