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  • India's Reliance: Still a DreamWorks Backer, But Hollywood Sojourn Has Cost a Fortune

    The Cannes Film Festival has always provided the perfect stage to make propitious announcements given the insatiable appetite of the world press that gathers in the South of France each year for the celebrated event. But even Cannes veterans were...
  • 2014 Summer Films In Connecticut

    2014 Summer Films In Connecticut
    There are several recurring themes running through this year's summer film season. The Wadsworth Atheneum puts the focus on food and classic screen beauties. The Connecticut LGBT Film Festival has several documentaries about gay celebrities. Classic...
  • 'Godzilla' director Gareth Edwards on the art of the reveal

    'Godzilla' director Gareth Edwards on the art of the reveal
    The release of a new "Godzilla" movie is never the best occasion to illustrate the importance of subtlety. Couple that with a few facts — this latest "Godzilla" is a Warner Bros. production with a budget far north of $100 million, released at the...
  • Orlando Fringe review: 'The All-New Revue Presents: That's What You Get!'

    Orlando Fringe review: 'The All-New Revue Presents: That's What You Get!'
    By the time I left "That's What You Get," I was pretty sure the title referred to abdominal strain. I spent more time belly-laughing at this well-crafted roundup of comedy sketches than at any other show at Fringe this year. James Honey directs his cast...
  • Author offers peek at early Spielberg work

    Author offers peek at early Spielberg work
    In reflecting on the kingdom he created, Walt Disney once said, "It all started with a mouse." For filmmaker Steven Spielberg, it all started with a truck. That is the premise that drives "Steven Spielberg and Duel: The Making of a Film Career" by...
  • Their love became a textbook movie romance

    Their love became a textbook movie romance
    It had been only two years since I'd graduated film school, and I was beginning to get quite serious about a girl who was at UC Davis studying life sciences. Robin had a bright, empirical mind, balanced by a kind, adventurous personality, and I was in...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'History of Fear'

    In "Jaws," Steven Spielberg realized it was more frightening to withhold the shark than to show it. With "History of Fear," budding Argentine helmer Benjamin Naishtat takes that tactic one step further, delivering a tense sociological thriller in which he...
  • Coolio fighting sharks in 'Red Water' kicks off new feature, 'Netflix, what?'

    Coolio fighting sharks in 'Red Water' kicks off new feature, 'Netflix, what?'
    We've all had that moment: Scrolling through streaming options on Netflix, you see a movie featuring familiar faces that you've never heard of and can't help but blurt out, "What is that?" (In reality, this may or may not contain profanity.) In "Netflix,...
  • 'Caddyshack' right on course as a low-budget laugher

    Originally published in the Chicago Tribune July 29, 1980 This latest "Son of Animal House" is set on a country club golf course. But the setting makes no difference; it's the proper mix of dirty jokes, slapstick, and juvenile humor that writer-director...
  • 20th Century Fox Dedicates Production Building to Richard D. Zanuck

    Twentieth Century Fox honored the late Richard D. Zanuck with a building dedication ceremony on Tuesday. "For those of us that work at Fox -- he was family," said Fox topper Jim Gianopulos. "He was an integral part of our legacy, he was like a pater...
  • Finding his voice with a tuba

    Finding his voice with a tuba
    Probably more than any other instrument in an orchestra, the tuba has the sound of authority — big, brassy, deep and imposing. For the young, struggling John Van Houten, that sound inspired the discipline he needed. The tuba instructor, who...
  • Inside Wes Anderson's eccentric aesthetic

    Inside Wes Anderson's eccentric aesthetic
    Wes Anderson came to Chicago at the beginning of the month to promote his new film, "The Grand Budapest Hotel." He arrived by train, stopping on his way from Los Angeles to New York, where he lives. He even had his own private train car. Now, you might...