Australian director Baz Luhrmann took to the streets of Sydney Sunday to organize a dance extravaganza teasing the launch of "Strictly Ballroom: The Musical."
Offering closure to a less-told chapter of World War II history, "The Railway Man" retraces the tracks of an exceptional man's life, as former British soldier Eric Lomax confronts the Japanese…
Welcome to the spotlight, C.M. The Oscar-winning costume and production designer Catherine Martin, who goes by simply C.M., received her first full-blown gallery exhibit, displaying her work from…
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The 66th Cannes Film Festival will open May 15 with Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” playing out of competition in the official selection. The festival made the announcement early Tuesday. The…
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As the fest came to a close, Paramount Pictures wielded its corporate clout for the second time in Park City as Par Classics paid around $2 mil for worldwide rights outside Australia and New Zealand…
Helmer Baz Luhrmann took time out from stumping for Oscar-nominated "Moulin Rouge" to pump an earlier work of his -- "Strictly Ballroom."
Catherine Martin, the creative force behind the look of "Moulin Rouge," demonstrated a can-can-do attitude by taking on production designer and co-costumer duties on the eight-time- Oscar-nommed pic…
Oz helmer Baz Luhrmann, a 1992 Cannes darling with his debut pic "Strictly Ballroom, will make an encore at the fest this year with rollicking cancan film "Moulin Rouge." Pic opens the event in…
Puccini's "La Boheme" is expected to make its Broadway debut sometime in 2002, courtesy of director Baz Luhrmann.
Musical numbers: "The Stardust Ballroom," "Family Counsel," "Who Gave You Permission?," "The Job Application," "A Big Mistake," There's a Terrific Band," "Call Me a Fool," "Song for Dancin',"…