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Filibuster: You'll miss it when it's gone
From the nocturnal zombies of "Omega Man" to the nutritional nightmare of "Soylent Green" to the post-apocalypse world in "Planet of the Apes," Heston saw it all.
Preserving IU's classic movie archive presents a 'reel' challenge
Dec. 08--The beginning of David Bradley's production of "Peer Gynt" finds his young star lying flat on his belly, head face down in a stream or a pond.
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Filibuster: Democrats will miss it when it's gone
John E. Sununu, a former Republican senator from New Hampshire, writes regularly for the Globe.
'The Wild Bunch' is top pick of 15 favorite Western films before 1970
" The Wild Bunch " Sam Peckinpah directs this violent story about the last of several outlaw cowboys.
Harvey Weinstein to produce 'ambitious' Ten Commandments television series
It is set to be produced by Oscar winner Bruce Cohen, with each episode focusing on one commandment and 'its evolving significance'.
'Earthquake(1974)' Movie Review: Who will survive
California is noted for having Earthquake's. Some can be devastating and have taken many lives.
the things you need to know to start out your day
Highlight: In 1928, Walt Disney's first sound-synchronized animated cartoon, "Steamboat Willie" starring Mickey Mouse, premiered in New York.
City hall confidential
Top: Orson Welles, left, and Charlton Heston in the 1958 movie, Touch of Evil. Bottom left: Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was the inspiration for a federal prosecutor in the film Prince of the City.
Abdellatif KECHICHE: "I want this film to be an exchange between me and the audience"
I had the luck to see Blue is the Warmest Color at the New York Film Festival and ask Abdellatif Kechiche some questions at a press conference, which took place shortly after the premiere.