August Wilson's gift for storytelling has rarely been more beguiling than in this lyrical 1986 drama.
Ivy Film Festival highlights
While the electronics industry wrestles with a standard for stereoscopic television, there is steady progress toward 3-D programming, especially for sports and other live events.
In many businesses, some brands break through the clutter and develop a cultlike following. Think Starbucks for coffee, Apple for computers, and Google for search. And for cameras, think Red.
Lowry Digital didn't set out to be a player in digital post-production. For more than a decade, John Lowry's company was mostly in the film restoration business, developing tools to polish such…
GLAAD nominees mark the awards' 20th anniversary by citing gay-themed works.
Tyra Banks educates TV auds about life in the gay world through her daily talkshow.
A decade ago, Chad Allen came out of the closet. And the film calls dried up. Immediately. "It was really tough for a long time," the actor recalls. "Certainly I've watched it change a lot over the…
Multimedia dynamo Suze Orman, financial agony aunt to the entire nation, has the ability to address complicated financial issues as if having a heart-to-heart with a next-door neighbor.
For D-lister Griffin, the gay-man/straight-woman relationship works because it's a pretty stripped-down thing. No game-playing. No agendas. And no sex. "I think that's why I have so many gay…
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