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The Georgia Straight
SFU prof takes on the Strange Magic of Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett
SFU Continuing Studies professor Donald Brackett's fascination with cinema began in 1960 when he was 10 years old.
Wed May 22, 2013
My Neighbor Totoro, One Hour Photo, Philadelphia among new home entertainment titles
LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN . Gene Tierney, so innocent in the previous year's noir masterpiece Laura , does an about-face in director John M. Stahl's lurid yet luxurious adaptation of Ben Ames Williams' bestselling novel.
Lost In Translation
Sweet Smell Of Success
Since I recently saw the film-noir classic Sweet Smell of Success , I thought I'd read the BFI book version of Sweet Smell Of Success by critic James Naremore.
Tue May 21, 2013
After accidentally knocking her best friend off a roof, Alyce is haunted by guilt and delves into a brutal nightmare wonderland of sex, drugs and violence, her mind tearing itself apart.
'The Postman Always Rings Twice' & a hidden story of sexual violence's effects
The events that unfolded in Cleveland a couple of weeks ago has shaken the whole Northeastern Ohio area to its core.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Andreas Kapsalis & Goran Ivanovic Guitar Duo to Release New Album BLACKMAIL, 6/3
Greek-American ten finger guitarist Andreas Kapsalis and Serbian-American nylon string classical guitarist Goran Ivanovic continue to experiment with the boundaries of jazz and classical guitar music, mixing in accents they picked up touring the world over the last four years.
The Pordland Mercury
It's Happening Tonight
Cinema 21's excellent noir series Return to Noir Ville is back for another year, and today's films are some great ones: the Coen brothers' Texas noir Blood Simple, 1944's Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews flick Laura, and Fritz Lang's 1953 classic The Big Heat.
Jubal (1956) (Blu-ray) Criterion Collection
"You know, sometimes I think it's giving the good Lord the worst of it to say he invented people." Jubal Troop is a soft-spoken drifter who stumbles upon a ranch owned by the jovial Shep Horgan .
The Miami Herald
A week's worth of South Florida summer fun
Summer is when the stream of tourists to South Florida slows, deterred by hot, wet weather and the threat of hurricanes.
Sun May 19, 2013
PRLog US Entertainment
Rudy Ramos reads Geronimo at Memphis Film Festival
May 17, 2013 - MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Film, stage and television actor Rudy Ramos will perform a reading of Geronimo, Life on the Reservation at the Memphis Film Festival during the weekend of June 13-15, 2013.
7Days: Regional arts and entertainment, by Michael Harrington
House of cards Set in the 1970s, a time of turbulent political upheaval in England, James Graham's drama This House imagines the backroom struggles in Parliament.
Fri May 17, 2013
Altitude Films Brings Phantom Lady to DVD
It's an exciting week for fans of classic horror, as new UK distributor Altitude Films is bringing a plethora of atmospheric chillers to DVD.
Arthur Lyon's Film Noir Festival starts off with a big surprise to film fans
The Arthur Lyon's Film Noir Festival began Thursday, May 17 in Palm Springs and the audience was treated to not only a rare print on "Three Strangers" and an Q&A with Geraldine Fitzgerald's son, Michael Lindsay Hogg, but also learned a of Fitzgerald's little-known secret.
Thu May 16, 2013
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Wrapped up in Liberace ... Angelina & Leo - heroes A look at...
'There's nothing more intriguing than a movie star wrapped like a mummy playing someone just emerging from plastic surgery.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Star Online
The Disney World of classic films
Riding on a plane, sitting in a movie theater or while walking down Hollywood Boulevard, I couldn't believe I was in Los Angeles for the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival.
Hollywood at Home presents Suspicion
Handsome, charming, well-liked Johnnie Aysgarth is a worthless cheat, so when he marries Lina McLaidlaw , the naA ve daughter of a wealthy retired general , everyone except Lina believes Johnnie is only after his wife's inheritance.
Sonoma Valley Sun
Radio noir with Philip Marlowe
Has there ever been a detective as cool as Philip Marlowe, the pulp fiction creation of Raymond Chandler? As quick with a wisecrack as he was with gun, Marlowe worked the lonely streets and seedy alleys of '30 L.A. "I needed a drink," runs one first-person riff.
Appeals court rules prison sentence stands for art gallery owner in DPS kickback scheme
Convicted art gallery owner Sherry Washington lost her appeal Tuesday of a seven-year prison sentence for raiding more than $3 million from the Detroit Public Schools.
Kate Beckinsale pairs her LBD with glowing neon heels at Star Trek Into Darkness premiere
Kate Beckinsale took this philosophy to heart when she wore all black except for the glowing neon straps which traced her feet and ankles at the Star Trek Into Darkness premiere on Tuesday in Los Angeles.
Tue May 14, 2013
Guest Column: Don't Let The Summer End
A writer/director looks back at his time at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and offers advice to the throngs of theater artists arriving in the Berkshires.