As Baz Lurhmann explained it May 5 at MoMA, "The guys told me it would be this tiny little screening after the opening night with just a couple of friends that couldn't get to the first night."
The burning topic of Muslim (mis)representation in U.S. media is not well served by Michael Singh's amateurish and ill-defined docu.
Charles S. Cohen has acquired the rights to the Raymond Rohauer Film Collection of over 700 titles, including prints of DW Griffith's "Birth of a Nation," Rudolf Valentino's "Son of the Sheik" and…
When fashion in film and television really clicks, it fuels our fantasy lives. Forget the storylines; we just want to wear their great clothes. We want to be that character.
When it comes to Oscar-night fashion, Meryl Streep has had her share of hits as well as misses. From the gorgeous Valentino gown in 2006 to the regrettable Prada ensemble in 2007, Streep's style…
As frothy as the eponymous subject's evening gowns, debuting director (and Vanity Fair journo) Matt Tyrnauer's observational docu frequently plays like an extended Fashion Channel segment crossed…
Stuart Holmes, who appeared with Rudolph Valentino in 1921's "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," dismissed Rudy's much-touted magnetism by saying, "All he thought about was Italian food. He'd turn…
If there are really only a half-dozen top-notch, stylishly fun events in Los Angeles each year, then Friday's celebration of Valentino's 40 years in fashion was one of them.
A straightforward documentary about the young team that recently took over the venerable Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery, the resting place for such movie greats as Florence Lawrence (said to have…
Rudolph Valentino's switch to a St Anthony type comes as a shock. The essential moral conflict of the bullfighter never gets to the surface. He is just a bewildered simpleton, which makes his gaudy…