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  • Discovery Channel, Robert Redford Team for Scripted Series 'The West'

    Discovery Channel and Robert Redford have partnered once again, this time for a a series exploring the 40 years between the end of the American Civil War and the turn of the 20th century. "The West," from Sundance Prods. and Stephen David Entertainment,...
  • Oscars: 5 Contenders You Need to Watch on the Bigscreen

    The holidays are upon us, which means one thing: Time to watch screeners. Since many awards voters are busy working people, they may have a lot of films to catch up on. Every year, awards-giving organizations such as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts...
  • Robert Redford to produce 'The West' for Discovery

    Discovery Channel is heading back to the Old West for its next nonfiction series, "The West." The cable network announced the series on Tuesday with a planned debut sometime in 2014. Robert Redford and Laura Michalchyshyn's Sundance Productions will...
  • Linda Cardellini is coming to 'New Girl'

    Linda Cardellini will soon be joining the cast of Fox's "New Girl" in a recurring role as Zooey Deschanel's character's sister. Deschanel plays Jess, and Cardellini will play Abby, her sister, described by TV Guide as a troublemaker. Cardellini, who...
  • Laemmle's Royal to present a Robert Redford retrospective

    Laemmle's Royal Theatre in West Los Angeles is presenting a six-day retrospective of actor-director-producer Robert Redford's seminal film roles. All movies will be shown along with his latest film, the critically laudedĀ  "All Is Lost," for which...
  • '12 Years a Slave,' 'American Hustle' dominate Critic's Choice nods

    '12 Years a Slave,' 'American Hustle' dominate Critic's Choice nods
    Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" and David O. Russell's "American Hustle" dominated the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.'s 19th Critics' Choice Movie Award nominations on Monday morning. Both films, which also tied for the most Golden Globe nods last...
  • Nick Nolte Joins Cast of Fox's 'Gracepoint' Limited Series

    Nick Nolte has joined the cast of the Fox limited series "Gracepoint," Shine America's redo of the much-praised ITV murder-mystery "Broadchurch." Nolte will play a stubborn local business owner in the seaside town where a boy is murdered. He adds more...
  • Smaller films making inroads with holiday movie audiences

    Smaller films making inroads with holiday movie audiences
    Over the holidays, most moviegoers have opted for big-budget, spectacle-heavy and family-friendly films at the box office. But while "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" and "Frozen" have been packing them in for weeks now, a few smaller, independent...
  • Mining Park City's culinary riches

    Mining Park City's culinary riches
    Silver once was the lure that brought people to this tiny town nestled in Wasatch Range some 40 miles east of Salt Lake City. Now it's the Olympics-caliber skiing and the stars of the silver screen who descend every January, when the Sundance Film...
  • Film directors build, and tear down, comfort zones

    Film directors build, and tear down, comfort zones
    Movie crews can number as many as 300 people. And yet amid all that hubbub, film directors can craft the most personal moments: Joaquin Phoenix confessing his love for an operating system in "Her"; Robert Redford facing his mortality in "All Is Lost";...
  • America wolfs down 'Wolf of Wall Street' excess

    America wolfs down 'Wolf of Wall Street' excess
    Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio are being accused of glamorizing a criminal in their new movie, “The Wolf of Wall Street” – a charge to which generations of actors and filmmakers could plead guilty. The criticisms began with an...
  • Ralph Fiennes on Dickens and directing 'The Invisible Woman'

    Ralph Fiennes on Dickens and directing 'The Invisible Woman'
    After making his feature directorial debut in 2011 with his fierce, unsparing adaptation of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus," Ralph Fiennes is in the director's chair once again for "The Invisible Woman," which opens Christmas Day. Based on the book by Claire...