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Will the digital transition delete millions of viewers?

A year from Sunday, television for many Americans will cut to black. Analog signals will stop transmitting, older sets will become useless and millions of TV-watching households will simply disappear. At least that's the doomsday scenario confronting the TV industry.

Max Von Sydow

The veteran Swedish thespian an roles for older actors and his latest project, "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly."

Despite comparisons, Globes stand on their own merit

The Golden Globes are so often touted as a bellwether for the Academy Awards that when the two don't match up, the Globes are taken to task for getting it wrong. But while the Globes' checkered history is studded with strange and even inexplicable calls, the deviations are sometimes inspired.

Festival summit talks about everything — except movies.

Now in its fourth year, the International Film Festival Summit draws directors to talk about everything -- except movies.

Politics backdrop for a number of awards hopefuls

Today's turbulent political climate serves as the backdrop for a number of this season's awards hopefuls.

New team won’t tamper with Telluride Film Fest

When Telluride Film Festival co-founders Bill and Stella Pence announced their retirement at the conclusion of last year's event, the news came in true Telluride fashion: as a surprise.

New team won’t tamper with Telluride

When Telluride Film Festival co-founders Bill and Stella Pence announced their retirement at the conclusion of last year's event, the news came in true Telluride fashion: as a surprise.

New team won’t tamper with Telluride Film Fest

When Telluride Film Festival co-founders Bill and Stella Pence announced their retirement at the conclusion of last year's event, the news came in true Telluride fashion: as a surprise. But secrecy is an integral part of the Telluride ethos.

New team won’t tamper with Telluride

When Telluride Film Festival co-founders Bill and Stella Pence announced their retirement at the conclusion of last year's event, the news came in true Telluride fashion: as a surprise. The Pences, who co-founded the festival in 1974 with Tom Luddy and the late James Card, had been planning their exit for years but opted to share their decision only with Luddy, his new co-director Gary Meyer and a few other close friends.