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Selznick Achievement Award at the 24th Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 26. Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner , co-chairmen of Working Title Films, will receive the 2013 David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion
l-r) Selznick (Ryan Crowder), Hecht (Dave Buckman), and Fleming (Jay Fraley) see Scarlett Photo by Kimberley Mead Moonlight and Magnolias City Theatre, 3823-D Airport, 850-4849 www.penfoldtheatre.org Through Oct. 21 Running time: 1 hr., 50 min.
But some blossom into cinlok (love on location) partnerships that end up lasting longer than the shooting schedule. Hot on the heels and cheatin' hearts of Kristen and Rupert, here are a few other famous director-actor couples that enjoyed varying
Two terrific shows premiered last weekend in Annapolis , set in nearly the same time frame and dealing with history-making creative artists. At Colonial Players, "Moonlight and Magnolias" is set in 1939 and tells the behind-the-scenes story of making
Ewing on the prime-time soap "Dallas." (Rolling Stone) -- Damn, it's good to have J.R...As the ruthless oil baron of Dallas, he was the original dashing scumbag arch-villain, on the original prime-time soap. Played by the great Larry Hagman, J.R. was
Beach volleyball legend Gene Selznick has died in Southern California at age 82. Dane Selznick says his father died Sunday at Kindred Hospital in Los Angeles after a series of health issues culminating in pneumonia.
DVD Directors Heading Down New Paths Now on DVD, Something to Live For' and Bird of Paradise' Published: April 28, 2012 Something to Live For Kino Lorber Joel McCrea is a yachtsman who falls in love with a Polynesian beauty, Dolores del Rio, in Bird
After seven decades, the 1939 movie Gone With the Wind remains the highest-grossing film of all time after adjusting for inflation. The adaptation of this sprawling work from page to film is a mammoth story in itself, from casting to filming to
At the Movies Michael Wood Lana Turner walks out of the shadows into a pool of light then into the shadows again...She is wearing an overcoat, walking the streets, looking troubled. This must be a film noir; the only real questions are where the
Posted by Naomi Pfefferman Follow JewishJournal.com on Asa Butterfield plays Hugo Cabret in "Hugo." On the phone from his home in Brooklyn, Brian Selznick, author of illustrated novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret, sounds more like your witty Jewish