Like David Hare before him, playwright James Graham — whose play “Privacy” ran Off Broadway last season with Daniel Radcliffe — goes digging for drama in Britain's national institutions. “Ink” does…
What does the title of AMC’s newest drama “Low Winter Sun” really mean? "It's a flavor of something," said star Mark Strong at the July 25 premiere at the Arclight. "It doesn't mean anything in…
LONDON — Rupert Murdoch has told two U.K. lawmakers that he regrets comments that appeared to condone illegal payments made by journalists to public officials in exchange for information. In a letter…
Who leaked the Rupert Murdoch tape? News U.K. management would like to know, said Exaro News editor in chief Mark Watts, and it has launched what he calls a "mole hunt" for the London Sun staffer who…
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. plans to move its entire London operations under a single roof for the first time. News UK, which comprises the U.K. press titles including The Sun and The Times, and the…
So bombastic and old-fashioned that it flirts with self-parody, "Soar Into the Sun" reps South Korea's answer to "Top Gun."
Product positioning evolves into an indispensible art.
To call "Where the Road Meets the Sun" a juggling act would suggest that all the figurative balls stay in the air.
Handsomely photographed tale is predictably filled with mesmerizingly barren landscapes, long silent stretches and short moments of grace.
The strengths of "A Raisin in the Sun" come through clearly in Ebony Rep's production at the Nate Holden.
Turkey's foreign-language film Oscar submission, "I Saw the Sun," is an unsubtle meller centered on two families of Kurdish refugees.