| Aug 29, 2008
A year ago, the Telluride Film Festival set off the early fireworks for eventual Oscar winners Daniel Day-Lewis ("There Will Be Blood") and screenwriter Diablo Cody ("Juno"). Can this weekend's festival do the same for "The Curious Case of Benjamin...
| Sep 21, 2009
| 3:39 PM
Jeff Goldblum has been a television presence lately on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," but he reconfirms what a powerful feature-film star he can be in veteran filmmaker Paul Schrader's ("American Gigolo") drama about a concentration-camp survivor who...
| Jul 19, 2009
By the 1980s, Philip Glass had earned a healthy reputation working in the concert hall, art films and the theater. That didn't mean he slid easily into Hollywood.
"When I first started doing Hollywood films," Glass, 72, said by phone from his home in New...
| Nov 11, 2007
The Writers Guild of America went on strike last week, idling wordsmiths for both the small and big screens. Just think of the fun that W.C. Fields, who wrote scripts under such pseudonyms as Mahatma Kane Jeeves and Otis Criblecoblis, might have had...
| Oct 12, 2011
| 6:51 PM
LANCASTER, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Lancaster grandmother pleaded not guilty Wednesday to DUI charges, after allegedly dragging one of her grandchildren from a moving vehicle while she was drunk.
55-year-old Marie Shipley is facing five felony charges....
| Jan 28, 2012
As Japan's preeminent graphic designer and art director in the 1970s and early '80s, Eiko Ishioka helped build her reputation by heading media campaigns for Parco, a major boutique shopping complex chain.
But instead of focusing on fashion or other...
| Apr 4, 2013
| 11:33 AM
The trustees for the South Dakota Retirement System are going another direction for their outside auditor.
They chose the Eide Bailly firm Wednesday evening after conducting two sets of interviews and later holding a lengthy closed discussion.
| Jul 2, 2008
| 11:00 AM