HBO rolls the dice on pricey 'Generation Kill'
Check It Out: Readers' Choice
Sydney Pollack: an actor's director
Oscar-winning director kept in step with the times
Nokia, filmmaker team up
Q&A; -- JED DIETZ
An indecent proposal? Redford's gift-giving idea in Sundance catalog
Vaughn, Stone identified as stars who are difficult to deal with
BEHIND THE SCENES
After 'Darko,' director seeks gold with 'Southland'
Cruise, Streep, Redford take their lumps for 'Lions for Lambs'
Jolie celebrates female journalists at 'Courage' awards in Beverly Hills
Rumors say Streisand may build on Europe success with new tour
BEST OF THIS WEEK
Lemmons takes big strides forward directing 'Talk to Me'
Hollywood's greens are showing
At School of the Arts, accomplished actresses share their experiences with students waiting in the wings
Diamonds Are Forever
BULLETS IN HIS HEAD
Ex-senator makes his case with flourish
Special effects without computers
Redford, Freeman, child actress shine in 'An Unfinished Life'
Robert Redford Said It
'Barefoot' at 43 seems even funnier
SUN NEWS DIGEST
You can go to Broadway, or stay in Annapolis, to see 1960s revival
Decades later, 'Deep Throat' unmasked
Movies on the move Theater boom: Megaplexes follow entertainment dollars into the outer suburbs.
Coaches are 2, but not of kind Mike Holmgren: Self-deprecating as they come, the Packers leader is surprised to be an NFL head coach, let alone be in its ultimate game; SUPER BOWL XXXI
Jay Leno's 'Chin' may be falling flat...
The 3 ages of woman
Conducting Electricity Music: With outrageous talent, a quick wit and a flair for theater, Marvin Hamlisch is expected to put a charge into the BSO pops series.
Colorful casting required for Clinton-esque 'Primary'
A Man of Many Roles Well-versed: Actor Ruben Blades is playing a cop again, this time in Baltimore for an NBC pilot. He's also a Grammy-winning singer, a lawyer and a runner-up for Panama's presidency.
Bleachers are a fan's best friend Outside chances: Coming days early and camping out were stargazers' only hope of getting a seat.
Golden Moments Blue in the face: Mel Gibson's "Braveheart" stole the show, Nicolas Cage wasn't leaving Los Angeles without a trophy, and Susan Sarandon's reward was a long time coming.
No reason to be grouchy with so much of Marx Bros.
Films' leading ladies are acting their age Beauties: Glamour reminds us that the hottest screen actresses Ellen Barkin, Meryl Streep, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer are all over 35.
Frantisek "Frank" Daniel, 69, a Czech-born filmmaker...
Too Close for Comfort Robert Redford and Michelle Pfeiffer look good, but after an hour or so, this film starts to drag.
Adorable creatures are all over the dial tonight
Spring's crop of films is mostly adult fare Of age: In the next few weeks movies with grown-up stars like John Malkovich, Robert Redford, Liam Neeson and Steve Martin dominate. Only one features a young friend from 'Friends.'
Local group visits Utah to bring films into Maryland