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Director Mark Cousins offers an offshoot of his 15-hour doc The Story of Film: An Odyssey with this look at how children have been portrayed in film, including scenes from diverse sources from Forbidden Games to ET: The Extra-Terrestrial.
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Fans of the 'Transformers' franchise can't wait to see Optimus Prime take on tons of Dinobots in 'Transformers: Age Of Extinction' - and this brand new trailer gives us a sneak peek at some of the awesome battles to come.
This new adaptation of David Mamet's Sexual Perversity in Chicago stars Kevin Hart and Michael Ealy as a couple of single men negotiating their rocky path from the bar scene to committed relationships with fractious soulmates Regina Hall and Joy Bryant.
This benefit for Episcopal Social Services will feature live and silent auctions, a wine pull, food and live entertainment in addition to viewing the Oscars.
It was a pretty solid year for films in 2013. That was good news for movie lovers but it sure makes things tough if you are in the prognosticating business for the 2014 Oscars race.
When the Academy Awards are handed out Sunday, one reitred Titusville man will be waiting to see if a dramatization of his life lands a director, cast and crew a collection of golden statues.
No complaints about the length of the ceremony. It's only once a year. Let it go on for hours! Your suscription dimes make an enormous difference to The Film Experience in terms of stability and budget to dream bigger.
Christian Bale earned his second nomination for packing on extra pounds, sporting this wig and, oh yeah, great acting in "American Hustle."
The 86th Academy Awards will be held this Sunday, March 2, and eleven months after American Hustle began filming in Worcester last April, David O. Russell's latest tour de force is in the running for ten Oscars.
In the six years I've been writing about the Academy Awards for the Athens Banner-Herald, I can't recall a time when I felt so indifferent toward the list of nominees.
'I feel like it's probably our fault for enabling these boys," says Noelle, one of the protagonists of "Breaking Boston," a reality show about women in Boston that will premiere on A&E in March.
There's no doubt we have seen plenty of surprises with the Oscars over the years, especially from this famed category.
These days, you tend to see the same old Oscar ballot featurettes from every critic, pseudo-critic and sentient being with a keyboard, so I'm going to try something different this year.