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RedEyeMerlin and King Arthur may have foiled Morgana's scheme to keep Gwen as her evil minion in Camelot, but the sorceress isn't giving up her undeclared war against Camelot. In "The Kindness of Strangers," debuting at 9 p.m. CT May 10 on Syfy, Morgana (Katie...
Step back, Scrooge. There's another Dickens hit in town — but only for a few days. Step lively if you want to snag a ducat before it departs. "Dickens' Women," first performed by star and co-creator Miriam Margolyes in 1989, closes out a...
Chicago Shakespeare Theater said Thursday that it has added a production to its World's Stage series of international touring productions. The British stage-and-screen actress Miriam Margolyes (Professor Sprout in the "Harry Potter" films) will come to...
Culture MonsterShakespeare's Globe Theatre in London is in the middle of a political skirmish as a group of British cultural figures are demanding that the company disinvite an Israeli theater organization from appearing at an upcoming festival....
Ministry of GossipDaniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint joined hordes of fans for the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2" premiere in London's Trafalgar Square....
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 9, 2000 With the monumental three-hour "Sunshine," master director Istvan Szabo relates the tragic and turbulent history of Hungary in the 20th century. The story is told through the Sonnenscheins, an assimilated Jewish family whose last...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 20, 2000 "Left Luggage," after a prologue set at the outbreak of World War II, shifts to Antwerp in 1972. Chaja Silberschmidt (Laura Fraser), ostensibly a philosophy student, is a determined free spirit typical of the era. She's...
Times Staff WriterThe Simon Wiesenthal Center's Moriah Films continues its distinguished series of documentaries with "In Search of Peace Part One: 1948-1967," which chronicles the first half of Israel's existence. Written by Sir Martin Gilbert and the center's Rabbi...
Times Staff WriterCharles Dance's "Ladies in Lavender" teams two of Britain's grandest dames, Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, in an endearing film of subtlety and charm. This lovely period picture, set in Cornwall in 1936, also boasts the inimitable Miriam Margolyes and David...
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TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC3½ stars (out of 4) Annette Bening plays Julia Lambert, an aging grand diva of the '30s London stage, in Istvan Szabo's "Being Julia." And though you may be surprised at the casting, the American actress has a lot of elegant, witchy fun with the part. So...
Courant Movie CriticThe triumph of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" derives not from its marvelous fairy-tale visions, nor from its blending of fantastic storytelling and a sonorous score that punches up every scene, but from its cast. With Kenneth Branagh and...
Tags: Brain, J.K. Rowling , John Cleese, Death, Stephen King
Times Staff WriterIn the scintillating "Being Julia," Annette Bening had to have thought a lot about being Annette, for she is playing a woman who, like herself, is a star actress, wife and mother. Bening's glorious Julia Lambert is the toast of London's West End and the...
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