Brad Pitt’s Plan B and Cross Creek Pictures are teaming with writer Tony Kushner to develop medical research drama “He Wanted the Moon.” The project is a co-production with Cross Creek's Brian Oliver…
The Public Theater held its annual gala Tuesday in New York, and raised $2.4 million toward its ongoing mission to both support emerging dramatic voices and to present top-flight productions of…
Though he’s still mulling what his next directing gig will be, Steven Spielberg has added another project to his development slate: religious drama “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara,” written by…
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George Lucas joined with playwright Tony Kushner, director-writer Elaine May and musician Herb Alpert at the White House on Wednesday as President Obama awarded them with National Medals of the Arts…
The WGA's Paul Selvin Award, lauding screenplays reflecting the spirit of constitutional and civil liberty, might have been tailor-made for Tony Kushner's "Lincoln," which explores the very…
Movies usually carry their directors' stamp, whoever writes them
"Lincoln" scribe Tony Kushner will receive the Paul Selvin Award from the WGA, given to the script that best embodies the spirit of constitutional and civil rights and liberties.
Obviously, the film is an affectionate portrayal. As a piece of filmmaking, I loved the weirdness of "Lincoln": the way that he was written as this strange, odd, ethereal man oscillating between…
Daniel Day-Lewis delivers an unimpeachable performance in Steven Spielberg's shrewd, stately and somewhat stuffy drama focused on a narrow yet defining chapter of Abraham Lincoln's life: abolishing…
Manhattan went black-tie all the way Thursday night as celebs had to choose among three major galas in the city.
Among male scribes, even a diehard political playwright like Tony Kushner finds the fathers-and-sons trope an irresistible dramatic theme.