Evidence that history repeats itself is everywhere in "Dividing the Estate." Once-valuable farmland has made way for strip malls, local businesses are being supplanted by foreign-owned factories, the…
As exec director of Equality California, Geoff Kors helped lead the fight against Prop. 8, which eliminated the rights of same-sex couples to marry. His activism got an early start, at the movies.
Taiwanese multi-hyphenate Jay Chou will star in "Ci Ling" a period action film from the producers of his 2008 Asian hit "Kung Fu Dunk," it was confirmed by his management company JVR.
Blowtorch has tapped former Starz marketing veep Amorette Jones as president of worldwide marketing.
Born on the Fourth of July" brought it all back for one future spy.
Repeated viewings of "Gone With the Wind" led this pol to read Rudy Behlmer's book "Memo from David O. Selznick," about the autocratic producer's voluminous correspondence with his stars and…
The recent Nobel Prize winner has put together a celluloid triptych that he calls his "economics films."
At first glance, it's hard to see what "Somers Town" and "The Dark Knight" have in common.
The New Mexico governor first pursued a career in baseball, so it's no wonder that many movies that have impacted Bill Richardson feature the sport: for example, the Oscar-nommed "The Natural" and…
Politics and print came early to the editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, thanks to a journo dad and movies imported from Hollywood.
The doctor-turned-pol especially reveres Humphrey Bogart in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" and "Casablanca," which, Howard Dean claims, is "the one I've seen the most."