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  • Why 'The Counselor' Is One of Ridley Scott's Best Films

    The truth may not have a temperature, as Cameron Diaz's leopard-spotted femme fatale says early on in Ridley Scott's "The Counselor," but watching the movie you may nevertheless feel a certain chill in the air, no matter the sun-scorched Southwestern...
  • NYFF: Ben Stiller's 'Secret Life of Walter Mitty' realizes a fantasy

    NYFF: Ben Stiller's 'Secret Life of Walter Mitty' realizes a fantasy
    NEW YORK -- Can "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" turn its dreams into reality? That fraught question about the Ben Stiller fantasy picture saw the first hints of an answer on Saturday at the New York Film Festival, where the pricey Christmas release had...
  • 'All Is Lost' -- but not for Robert Redford who triumphs at sea

    "ALL IS LOST, but then all is not lost if one can have Robert Redford kneeling down at their feet talking about his new movie," said my writer/director friend Linda Yellen, at the recent opening of Redford's new movie "All Is Lost" at Lincoln Center. THE...
  • NYFF 2013: Does '12 Years a Slave' deserve 'hard to watch' label?

    NYFF 2013: Does '12 Years a Slave' deserve 'hard to watch' label?
    NEW YORK -- Walking out of the theater after the official U.S. debut for Steve McQueen’s slavery tour de force “12 Years a Slave” on Tuesday, a viewer could be heard adding skepticism to her admiration. “I wanted to ask about why...
  • New York Film Festival attracts the spotlight

    NEW YORK — For years, the New York Film Festival was a quaint afterthought on the fall festival circuit, good for locals to catch up on prestige titles but devoid of much Hollywood fizz. Not anymore. The Lincoln Center event has become an...
  • NYFF 2013: Are interactive docs like 'Empire' film's future?

    NYFF 2013: Are interactive docs like 'Empire' film's future?
    NEW YORK -- A lot of people like to make a lot of pronouncements about the future of cinema. Some of them—like those made about “Gravity”—may well turn out to be prophetic. Others are less convincing. But some very real juice...
  • They sent in the clowns for Liz Taylor -- but she sent them back!

    "I'M SORRY, I couldn't kill the old cow off any faster!" That was Elizabeth Taylor, as Desiree Armfeldt, an actress somewhat past her prime, playing a ramshackle production of "Camille" in the movie version of "A Little Night Music." This much-...
  • MUSIC

    MUSIC
    Wynton Marsalis: CÚcile McLorin Salvant, the Miami-born, 24-year-old vocalist who channels Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald in her debut album of jazz standards, “WomanChild,” will join the celebrated jazz trumpeter and...
  • Florida premiere of 'Requiem for the Living'

     Florida premiere of 'Requiem for the Living'
    The Festival Singers of Florida will present the Florida premiere of "Requiem for the Living" by Dan Forrest at Winter Park Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, Oct. 12. This new five-movement work is described by the Singers as "peaceful yet...
  • 'Kinky Boots' Producer Daryl Roth Taps Exec to Head Licensing Company

    Daryl Roth, one of the lead producers of recent Tony champ "Kinky Boots," has tapped Erica Lynn Schwartz as the new director of Daryl Roth Productions' licensing arm, DR Theatrical Licensing. Schwartz takes over the post this month, transitioning from...
  • How Jessica Simpson lost the baby weight

    How Jessica Simpson lost the baby weight
    Entertainer and fashion mogul Jessica Simpson had two babies in less than two years, but she's back in shape, thanks to Weight Watchers and walking four miles a day, she tells USA Today. Oh, and she works out with celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak four...
  • Music allows sightless artist to fit in

    Music allows sightless artist to fit in
    “I dream what I experience.... I dream the smell of flowers, or the taste of chocolate cake....” From “Do You Dream in Color?” a poem by mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin, who was born blind. “Britten, Haydn, Mozart & Bruce...