Your guide to the films of Oscar season
John Kass: 'Dunkirk': Decency on a murderous beach
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company adds a healthy dose of slapstick to 'Much Ado About Nothing'
Good Bad Taste: The Auteur Summer
The Films of 1989: Towson University's Department of Electronic Media and Film's Fall 2009 film series
It's Shakespeare, but with martinis
Center Stage artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah on Queen's honors list
Crashing the Oscars
Michelle Williams leaves everyone else, even the film itself, in her dust as Marilyn Monroe
DVD/Blu-ray of the week: 'Rabbit-Proof Fence'
Will they get Thor's flying hammer throw right next time?
Thor's nuclear-powered hammer
Thor movie reviews -- tasty or turkey?
Julie Taymor: "All Marvel Comics are myths." See Thor.
'Valkyrie' a missed opportunity on film and in history
Shattuck's 'Secret' life
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
Baseball players wear costumes, too
Might done right
THE BIG PICTURE
'Sleuth': agile Caine, Law
Jolie celebrates female journalists at 'Courage' awards in Beverly Hills
Reese Witherspoon may be interested in 'Honey' of a role
Rowling's spell, not a wizard, is behind the magic of 'Potter'
A bold presentation of 'Henry V'
Critics' picks: New DVDs
An actor reinventing himself
Helena Bonham Carter breaks out of her movie mold
GEORGETOWN PUBLISHING SHAKESPEARE MAGAZINE; UNIVERSITY JOINS WITH CAMBRIDGE PRESS IN LITERARY VENTURE
'Hamlet,' we hardly know ye Review: Branagh's heavy handling makes some things in Denmark all the more rotten.
The Bard Shakes Loose Shakespeare lives: The plays are as contemporary now as when they were written, which may be why they are being revised and reinterpreted in new movies.
Details goes Hollywood, and the tinsel piles high All that glitters: New issue covers everything from Scientology to Quentin Tarantino on 'Showgirls.'
Movie festival in Utah gets bigger every year Expansion: With 117 films and more than 10,000 attendees, Sundance is the pre-eminent showcase.
'Othello' survives director's liberties Movie review: Kenneth Branagh's vile Iago is a special joy in the great tragedy.
Kate Winslet gets a grip on sensibility Lifelike: In 'Sense and Sensibility,' Ms. Winslet's character must get a handle on her emotions. In real life the young actor is learning to do the same thing.
'Speed' metal: Keanu Reeves heats up Bohager's
Fame Is What Gets You in the Door
'Anne Frank' draws a clear picture in words
'Little Princess' is a charmer in the Shirley Temple mold
Branagh tries low-budget
A Saturday night for aliens, monsters
Branagh turns De Niro into the original monster piece Frenzied 'Frankenstein'
Married co-stars don't sizzle on film
An explosion of movies lights up Great Britain's filmmaking industry