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  • Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night' Restored, Set for July 4 Release

    A new restoration of the Beatles' 1964 film "A Hard Day's Night" has been set to play in more than 50 cities nationwide over July 4 weekend. Janus Films announced that the music movie has been digitally restored in 4K resolution from the original...
  • Ovation, Advocates Launch New Push for Government Arts Funding

    Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich and, most recently, Tea Party conservatives have attacked federal funding for the arts, but the National Endowment for the Arts has so far survived the broadsides. Nevertheless, as arts advocates lobby lawmakers in Washington...
  • MOVIES

    MOVIES
    "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me": In this intimate and honest documentary, the complex entertainer, now 88, reflects on a career that began with a Tony-nominated Broadway splash in William Inge's 1955 play “Bus Stop” and continued nearly 60 years...
  • Kevin Spacey Regales the Crowd With 20-Minute Speech at Museum of the Moving Image Tribute

    "Who is Kevin Spacey? The man's talent has more facets than a diamond," said Chazz Palminteri at Museum of the Moving Image's salute to the "House of Cards" actor Wednesday night on the Upper East Side. As clips played from some of his most standout...
  • Shirley Jones Talks Frank Sinatra, Gordon MacRae at TCM Opening Night Gala

    Old Hollywood glamour was in the air on Thursday as Shirley Jones, Maureen O'Hara and Kim Novak turned out for opening night of the TCM Classic Movie Festival. The fifth annual fest kicked off with the world premiere of the restoration of Rodgers and...
  • Tribeca Film Festival Highlights

    8 p.m.-midnight April 15 New York Filmmaker Party Local filmmakers to kick off the festival before everyone comes to town; City Hall 7:30 p.m. April 16 Opening-Night Gala "Time Is Illmatic" (One9) World premiere doc that explores the roots of one of...
  • Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Renewed by Sony Crackle for 4 More Seasons

    There will be even more coffee, comedy and cars: Sony Pictures Television's Crackle will bring back "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," created by and starring Jerry Seinfeld, for four more seasons. The four additional seasons, a total of 24 new...
  • 'Mindy Project's' Chris Messina on Kissing: 'Ike Barinholtz Has Soft Lips, But Mindy Kaling is Better'

    The questions ran the gamut at the PaleyFest's "The Mindy Project" panel on Tuesday night at the Dolby Theatre, ranging from whether the script is improvised to who is the better kisser. For the most part the script is not improvised because the...
  • Tribeca 2014: Film festival focused on simplicity, stability

    Tribeca 2014: Film festival focused on simplicity, stability
    NEW YORK — Since it was founded 12 years ago, the Tribeca Film Festival has sometimes swerved between identities like a barfly at happy hour, exuberant but hardly always clear. The festival looks to change that this time around. Tribeca has...
  • James Franco, his 'Of Mice and Men' critic and an Instagram rant

    The social-media buzz surrounding James Franco's Broadway debut on Wednesday in "Of Mice and Men" doesn't have to do so much with his performance or with the production, for that matter. The trending subject is an Instagram post that's being attributed to...
  • Feminist thought police takes on Kirsten Dunst

    Feminist thought police takes on Kirsten Dunst
    You can't say anything these days without getting into trouble with the feminist thought police. For example, here's Kirsten Dunst, giving an interview to the U.K. Harper's Bazaar as part of a promotion blitz for her new film, "The Two Faces of January,...
  • Charlie Trotter, Chicago's revolutionary chef, helped push others to great success

    Charlie Trotter, Chicago's revolutionary chef, helped push others to great success
    Before there was “Top Chef,” “MasterChef” or “Iron Chef,” before chefs were multimedia celebrities who could monetize their volcanic personalities, before “farm-to-table” and “American cuisine”...