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Movies
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
Culture
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
Movies
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
Business
"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
Television
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
Awards
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
Culture
Bill de Blasio has outlined the first steps to bringing back theatrical performances.
03/25/2021 by Jackie Strause
Movies
The romantic comedy will be directed by Ol Parker.
02/26/2021 by Etan Vlessing
Movies
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
Television
The state will welcome both series for their second seasons.
04/19/2021 by Bryn Sandberg
Live Feed
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
Television
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
Business
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
Awards
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
Culture
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