War Movies Newswire (Page 5)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for War Movies. (Page 5)

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  1. Silent bit of black historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | SFGate

    "Lime Kiln Field Day" is a film that nearly vanished without a trace, a fate not unusual for movies from the silent era, but most lost films at least had their moment in theaters. This 1913 romantic comedy, starring Caribbean American entertainer Bert Williams , never even had that.


  2. DVD reviews: Bleak houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Denton Record-Chronicle

    Estera , wavers between immigrating to Israel, finding a job in America or staying in her current dead-end position with a computer firm in the Romanian film "So Bright Is the View. So Bright Is the View Brother-directors Joel Levy Florescu and Michael Levy Florescu paint a bleak portrait of their native Bucharest, Romania in this probing character study.


  3. 'I felt enormous tears': Dunkirk veteran, 94, tells of poignant...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Daily Mail

    A Dunkirk veteran described the 'enormous tears' he felt as the crowd broke into spontaneous applause as he laid a wreath at the 75th anniversary commemorations of the dramatic World War Two rescue. The 94-year-old Arthur Taylor was one of seven veterans to return to the French port to remember the Dunkirk evacuation of 1940, which saved nearly 400,000 lives.


  4. Giants Splash: Posey sits out doubleheader openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | SFGate

    NOAH/C/28APR99/DD/NBC-NOAH'S ARK -- NBC Miniseries -- Pictured: Jon Voight as Noah; Mary Steenburgen as Noah's wife, Naamah -- NBC Photo: Paul Drinkwater HANDOUT ALSO RAN 12/30/99 You're probably wondering about the photo, right? I shot it outside my hotel this morning. It's Noah and his wife, in front of the ark, waiting for today's storms.


  5. Memorial Day war marathon on TCMRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Los Angeles Times

    TCM will be marking Memorial Day with a movie marathon on WWI, WWII, the Korean War and the Vietnam War Get your DVRs ready. TCM is commemorating Memorial Day weekend with a marathon of war films involving World War I, World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.


  6. TV picks: TCM goes to war, 'Grace of Monaco' and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Philly.com

    Nicole Kidman stars in this oddly filmed look at a tumultuous period in the life of the Philadelphia-born princess - and on her supposed role in helping to end a standoff between tiny Monaco and Charles de Gaulle's France. Widely panned at Cannes, it has landed here after a very public fight between director Olivier Dahan and producer Harvey Weinstein.


  7. My uncle, the Dambusters hero: book tells story of brave pilot who died aged 21Read the original story

    Saturday May 23 | Bournemouth Echo

    John Vere 'Hoppy' Hopgood, second in command of the WWII Dambusters raid. He died in the operation, May 1943, aged 21, while piloting the Lancaster bomber 'M-Mother'.


  8. Sinatra's son gives look into legendary crooner's lifeRead the original story

    Saturday May 23 | The Citizens' Voice

    Fans of legendary crooner Frank Sinatra got a retrospective of the singer and the man Friday evening, told through the efforts of his son. "We know what the music is.


  9. Diane Kruger is pretty in purple for Oxford Union talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Daily Mail

    And it was model-and-actress Diane Kruger's turn to speak for the prestigious British university's students on Friday. The 38-year-old German beauty looked thrilled by the honour as she posed outside the world famous debating society's building.


  10. Outages reveal fragility of InternetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Aerospace consultant Mike Loucks found himself without Internet and cell and conventional phone service in 2013 when the underwater fiber optic cable serving the San Juan Islands in Washington state broke. CenturyLink, the company providing the services, had no backup system in place.


  11. All-Star Film CollectionRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    The ALL-STAR FILM COLLECTION explores the work of legendary actors and actresses through many important films from their careers.


  12. Author Herman Wouk Publishing Memoir for His 100th BirthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Writerswrite.com's Writer's Blog

    Pulitzer Prize winning author Herman Wouk is turing 100 on May 27th, but he isn't slowing down his writing pace. To celebrate his publisher of nearly 70 years -- Simon and Schuster -- announced that the title of Wouk's next book is Sailor and Fiddler: Reflections of a 100-Year-Old Author .


  13. San Francisco Silent Film FestivalRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Berkeley Daily Planet

    The San Francisco Silent Film Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary at the Castro Theater in San Francisco May 28-June 1 with an expanded program that adds an additional full day to the event. Twenty years ago, who would have thought that a small event with a shoestring budget celebrating a so-called dead medium would grow into one of the great cinema treasures in the Bay Area, which is already blessed with more than its share.


  14. 11 War Movies to Watch This Memorial DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Details

    Every Memorial Day we pay tribute to the brave men and women who have protected our country in service. This Memorial Day we'll also pay tribute to the brave men and women who protected our country in service ... in blockbuster movies! Yes, the mighty U.S.A. has taken part in dozens of wars over the years, and Hollywood has mined those wars to make hundreds of movies.


  15. Memorial Day Weekend: Concert, NBA, 'Game of Thrones'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Katherine Jenkins, a favorite on 'Dancing With the Stars,' will perform in the National Memorial Day Concert Sunday on PBS. Katherine Jenkins, a favorite on 'Dancing With the Stars,' will perform in the National Memorial Day Concert Sunday on PBS.


  16. Frank Sinatra's desert hideaway includes Hollywood lore, helipad for $3.95 millionRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Los Angeles Times

    An estate built for legendary singer and actor Frank Sinatra on a granite plateau in the mountains above Palm Desert is for sale at $3.95 million. Christened Villa Maggio by the Oscar winner as a nod to the character he played in "From Here to Eternity," the hideaway is reached via a gated road or the air.


  17. Penny Ponders: the Road to TaraRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Thomaston Times

    There is nothing like standing next to a handsome, smoldering Clark Gable as Rhett Butler. There I stood, my hand on his back, he with his hands in his pockets, casually looking back over his shoulder.


  18. Why a White Poet Should Not Be Attempting to Reclaim the "N-Word"Read the original story

    Friday May 22 | Hyperallergic

    Vanessa Place's 'Gone With The Wind' Twitter project featuring a profile picture of actress Hattie McDaniel Both literature and visual art share a common concern: they continue to grapple with questions of inclusion and diversity, and in many ways have done a poor job of righting the long-standing wrongs of white men who have dominated the landscape since forever. Women have made great strides over the last decade in leadership roles that offer lasting and substantial change in the written and visual art landscapes.


  19. Poppy Fields: Remembering those who died in World War IRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Examiner.com

    ... who gave all Americans the freedom to enjoy weekends such as this. Turner Movie Classics will be showing old war movies all this weekend which depict the bravery, (and heroic deeds) of our brave military in all the wars. This channel aired an old ...


  20. I had dug ponds before but someone 100 years or so ago, had seen me comingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Watford Observer

    When we purchased our house in The Tarn three years ago, not only had we noted the garden was divided by a five-foot-high stone wall but the wall, which ran from the house down to the bottom of the garden, had something in the region of a 12 degree list. That section of the garden contained a rockery with steps, a pond with a flagstone surround and the main area designated as a kitchen garden.