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In a moment of delicious Schadenfreude, the LA Times reports that production in New York is about to collapse because the city film office has run out of money. In fact, it has spent the ENTIRE BUDGET
Investigation Discovery Channel has renewed the intriguing hit series Deadly Women from Beyond Productions. This third series follows strong ratings across part series and brings the total number of e
Seven got the biggest audience for the news, but Nine won overall.
Seven's 'Gangs of Australia' is generating trenchant outrage for its depiction of ethnic minorities - but we are left to wonder what will come of it.
Icon Movies are pleased to offer ScreenHub subscribers the chance to win one of 25 double passes to 'Last Chance Harvey' starring Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson.
The film He’s Just Not That Into You is based on a hugely successful book of the same name by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, who also wrote for Sex and the City.
More than 10,000 works in Yiddish - perhaps more than half of all that was ever published in the language - are now accessible online as part of a joint project between the National Yiddish Book Center, based in Amherst, Mass., and the Internet Archive in San Francisco.
Edinburgh Festival Theatre’s £2 million extension scheme has been given the green light by the local authority.
These were not movies that carried the spectator along through a clear train of events and logically ordered emotions, but movies that stopped and started, stuttered and repeated themselves. They didn’t move forward as much as they continually exploded in your face.
For a while, Pride and Glory plays like the fiercest episode of Law & Order ever writ large and dashed luridly across the big screen. The beat-treading camerawork, the attention to dot-plotting police procedure, the bleak ambience of New York’s niveous, crime-sodden streets – all are impressively exploited by helmer Gavin O’Connor in this corrupt cop thriller’s tautly carved opening hour.
Woyzeck is a popularly staged play written by German playwright Georg Büchner in 1837. The original work was never finished, because Büchner died before he could complete it, and is said to have left behind four unfinished manuscripts.
Fairey was arrested Friday night in Boston on his way to his first solo exhibition. Two arrest warrants had been issued Jan. 24 after police determined that he had tagged property in two locations with his street art campaign featuring Andre the Giant and the word "obey," said Boston police officer James Kenneally.
Serge Diaghilev, the impresario behind the Ballets Russes, was giving audiences three Gesamtkunstwerks an evening, and with a quality of movement that no Wagnerian opera had ever known. In these last 30 years, however, our view of the Ballets Russes has changed.
A musical experience with a difference is being previewed at the National Museum Wales in Cardiff - an attempt to recreate the sound of the Neanderthals.
Fairey's Obama poster strikes me as sufficiently different from the photo. There is certainly a resemblance, but they are far from identical. The AP says it owns the copyright, and wants credit and compensation. Fairey disagrees.
Twenty years on, it has become commonplace to assume that the fatwa and the climate of offence that took hold in its wake has narrowed minds and tied tongues. How far has the fall-out from the fatwa chilled the literary muse in Britain?
Television advertisements are adjusting to the recession more speedily than the programming they bracket. The most direct and bleakest ads cluster around morning cable news shows, echoing the latest stock market dips and unemployment figures. They grow gentler and more sparse around daytime soap operas and talk shows. By prime time, the messages are oblique.
Does the average newspaper reader even skim – much less read – a review of the latest production from a small theater company she’s never heard of and has no intention of seeing? Probably not.
"While increasing the NEA budget will guarantee economic growth in the arts, unless the NEA can be made independent politically and fiscally, it is unlikely that higher funding levels will be sustainable. Only a genuine federal endowment for the arts stands a chance at long-term success."
The only reason that the sellout audience to the opening night of People Get Ready: Human Nature with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) stopped tapping their toes was when they jumped to their feet to dance!
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