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An Author's Time Travel

Cathy Whitlock | Posted 10.30.2015 | Books
Cathy Whitlock

Influenced by the works of John Dos Passos, Luc Sante's Low Life, Jack Black's You Can't Win and Hemingway's For Sale Baby Shoes Never Worn, the multi-faceted author Liz Goldwyn was inspired by literature that "blurred the lines between fact and fiction."

The Cream Rises

Marshall Fine | Posted 06.15.2014 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

I will take a day and a stack of screeners (or links) and apply my 20-minute rule: I'll watch for 20 minutes and then decide if it's worth continuing. Many don't even take that long. Because a movie worth watching announces itself almost from its first frame.

Ann Brenoff

Why This Successful TV Producer Is On A Mission To Bring Meaning To Hollywood | Ann Brenoff | Posted 10.24.2013 | Entertainment

Tim Kring had made it in Hollywood and was in that rare place where his financial security allowed him to choose jobs that had meaning for him. Yet Kr...

The Three Best Christmas Movies

John Farr | Posted 04.04.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

Christmas movies are a genre unto themselves: between live-action and animated features, there are literally hundreds of titles out there. Inevitably, some are pretty bad, others amusingly cheesy.

For Memorial Day, the Best War Movies Ever

John Farr | Posted 06.25.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

These special movies not only recreate the horror of combat, but also portray the human toll war takes beyond those who fall on the field of battle.

Doing Our Part for the 'Ball of Fire'

Liz Goldwyn | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Liz Goldwyn

Betty Rowland, aka "The Ball of Fire" is a 93-year-old retired burlesque queen. She's undergone serious medical trouble and is in dire financial need. You can assist me in supporting her needs.

Preserving Family and Hollywood History: The Brothers Warner

Paul Katz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Paul Katz

"I realized my family's story would be better served if I did this as a documentary before any fictionalized accounts were put together."