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A journey through the films of Powell and Pressburger, courtesy of Scorsese and Schoonmaker

“Made in England: The Films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger" is a poignant crescendo in one of the great love affairs in movies Read More


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Shannen Doherty, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ star, dies at 53

The "Beverly Hills, 90210" star whose life and career were roiled by tabloid stories, Shannen Doherty has died at 53 More »


In a world of moving pictures, photographs capture indelible moments in Trump assassination attempt

Video of Saturday's assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump was available almost instantly, but still photographs had a potent story to tell as well More »


What to watch as the Republican National Convention kicks off days after Trump assassination attempt

The Republican National Convention starts Monday in Milwaukee, two days after Donald Trump was injured in an assassination attempt, with the violent scene at his campaign rally horrifying the country and amplifying already intense political divisions More »


‘Despicable Me 4’ reigns at box office, while ‘Longlegs’ gets impressive start

Gru and the minions are celebrating a second week in first place at the North American box office More »


What to stream: Childish Gambino, Daisy Ridley, Natalie Portman, some gladiators and Kristen Stewart

This week’s new streaming entertainment releases include a final album under Donald Glover’s Childish Gambino moniker, Kerry Washington’s comedy “UnPrisoned” returning for a second season and daredevils who scale the world’s tallest buildings fall in love in “Skywalkers: A Love Story.” More »


Acclaimed video artist Bill Viola dies at 73, created landmark `Tristan und Isolde' production

Bill Viola, a video artist who combined with director Peter Sellars on a groundbreaking production of Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde” originally seen in Los Angeles, Paris and New York, has died at age 73 More »


At a Trump rally, shocking images fill TV screens. Then reporters rush to find out what it means

The images were shocking and available instantly to American television viewers on a hot Saturday evening More »


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