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The film — heading into production later this month — will tell the story of famed British ceramic artist Clarice Cliff.
03/17/2021 by Alex Ritman
NY Forever, which launched Thursday, is calling on New Yorkers who "want to turn this reckoning into a city-defining triumph."
01/21/2021 by Jackie Strause
The documentary, which won a Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, follows an unorthodox teacher and his sixth-grade students, most of them from immigrant families.
03/11/2021 by Scott Roxborough
"Trump as a luxury hospitality brand in the United States is absolutely 100% over," says a PR specialist, amid Trump Organization declines in revenue and the value of its real-estate holdings.
01/30/2021 by V.L. Hendrickson
Bon Factory, led by Ken Oh, is a leading producer of popular Korean series like You Are Beautiful, Master’s Sun, She Was Beautiful, What Happened to Ms. Kim, the Secretary and Encounter.
01/05/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Films that debut with a splash in Park City don't always make the year-long trek to the Academy Awards — but this year could be different.
02/01/2021 by Gregg Kilday
Bill de Blasio has outlined the first steps to bringing back theatrical performances.
03/25/2021 by Jackie Strause
The romantic comedy will be directed by Ol Parker.
02/26/2021 by Etan Vlessing
The Irish actress gives a powerful performance in the timely movie — the screenplay for which she worked on for five years.
01/11/2021 by Mia Galuppo
The state will welcome both series for their second seasons.
04/19/2021 by Bryn Sandberg
Austin Butler and Callum Turner will star in the World War II drama from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.
02/26/2021 by Rick Porter
Typically the ugly stepsiblings during awards season, some broadcast series have earned new relevance by incorporating the recent events of the pandemic into their storylines.
01/12/2021 by Mikey O'Connell
Story producers, most of whom are freelancers without union protections, are leaned on for many of the unheralded editing tasks on unscripted formats — an increasingly unsustainable setup.
01/21/2021 by Toni-Ann Lagana
Two THR critics weigh in on what the Oscars mean after a year of despair, offer differing takes on the polarizing 'Promising Young Woman,' and assess the progress and frustrations of an Academy in transition.
04/22/2021 by David Rooney, Lovia Gyarkye
Celebrity hotelier Andre Balazs, accused of sexual harassment and racial discrimination, is now battling his Mercer business partners, who claim self-dealing and financial mismanagement. Meanwhile, Hollywood figures are taking public stands against him.
04/15/2021 by Gary Baum