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Tribune reporterTribeca Film announced Thursday that it has picked up the Steppenwolf Films production “The Last Rites of Joe May” and plans to distribute it on video-on-demand and in theaters in October. Filmed in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood in...
All The RageIt's time to retire your winter coats, bulky sweaters and rain boots for a lighter, brighter wardrobe. At the Tribeca Film Festival, happening now in New York, the stars stepped out in spring's hottest trends -- bright citrus hues and florals. "Caroline...
24 FramesThe Tribeca Film Festival has named the Cannes Film Festival veteran Frederic Boyer to its newly created position of artistic director. Boyer had previously run Cannes’ directors’ fortnight program, serving as its artistic director and head of...
Pop & HissElton John premiered his "The Million Dollar Piano" show at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas on Wednesday night. Times pop critic Randall Roberts reviews....
24 FramesDirector Luc Besson and star Michelle Yeoh dicuss making "The Lady" and meeting its real-life heroine, Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese dissident and 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner....
Pop & HissPearl Jam releases track list for 'Pearl Jam 20' soundtrack, written by Randall Roberts...
Show TrackerThe 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks has inspired a host of TV tributes, reminiscences and investigations. Here is a guide to some of the 9/11-related programs airing between now and Sept. 11, 2011: “Fox News Special”....
All The RageThe fashion at music events can be transfixing -- more compelling, at times, than the Oscars. The attendees seem a little less stuffy; the dresses and personalities sometimes border on outrageous; and there never seems to be a shortage of......
I'm on the city's surface streets, heading from downtown to Hollywood. Only a few cars share the road. I don't bother to pull onto the 101. Because it's not there. No, this isn't 3 a.m., or the apocalypse. It's L.A. Noire, the latest interactive world...
WrigleyvilleUSA Today has a good scoop about a new film premiering at next month's Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival about Cubs No. 1 enemy Steve Bartman. Appropriately, it's called "Catching Hell."...
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