Celebrating 17 Years of Film.Biz.Fans.

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    Movies Lost, Found, And Funded

    I am proud to be part of this year’s blogathon “For the Love of Film (Noir),” an enterprise I missed out on when it was launched in 2010. Last year, film buffs just like you raised a sizable sum through grass-roots donations and helped to save three silent film shorts discovered at the New Zealand A...

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    ET Talks to Oscar Hopefuls

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    Oscar Nominees' Day To Shine

    A good-humored Colin Firth poses with a magnum of champagne at our luncheon table.

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    Links To Movie History

    History is where you find it, ranging from rare film clips of early Technicolor, silent-era Disney and more, newly posted online, and works of true scholarship, to amazing discoveries hiding in plain sight.

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    Celebration And Discovery In Santa Barbara

    Honoree James Franco greets his pal Seth Rogen backstage at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Saturday night.

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    My Oscar Best Picture Breakdown

    Entertainment Tonight asked me to provide some thoughts about all of this year's Best Picture nominees. Here are the results at ETOnline.

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    Oscar Looks Beyond Hollywood

    Considering that the membership of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is comprised of people who work in the mainstream movie industry, it’s encouraging to see that they refuse to follow the company line and repeatedly honor good work from the independent film world and foreign countrie...

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    German Film History Uncovered

    A beautiful poster for Das alte Gesetz (The Old Law), from 1923, a seeming precursor to The Jazz Singer about a rabbi’s son who becomes a successful stage actor.

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    My Award Show Diary

    Bill Murray waxes eloquent about Sofia Coppola at the National Board of Review awards.

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