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Norman Lloyd, Star of ‘Saboteur’ and ‘St. Elsewhere,’ Dies at 106

Norman Lloyd, the actor, producer and director whose collaborations with Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, Charlie Chaplin, Bertolt Brecht and Jean Renoir made him a legend — albeit an off-the-radar…

‘Image Makers: The Adventures of America’s Pioneer Cinematographers’: TV Review

'Harold and Lillian' helmer Daniel Raim focuses his documentary lens on the innovative work of seven Hollywood cinematographers in TCM's 'Image Makers.'

Critic’s Picks: A June To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Between Charlie Chaplin matinees, a new "unrestored" 70mm version of '2001: A Space Odyssey' and a rarely shown George Stevens gem, Los Angeles kicks off its summer classic and vintage offerings in…

Cannes: Showtime Documentary on Charlie Chaplin Heading to Market

The "definitive" doc on the cinema icon is coming from BAFTA nominees Peter Middleton and James Spinney.

A To-Do List for Film Buffs in Los Angeles Right Now

Film lovers in Los Angeles can escape the dog days and their middling multiplex offerings by seeking out any of these rare, classic and vintage screenings around town.

Alexander McQueen’s Face May Be on British Money

He's in the running to grace the UK's next 20 pound note.

Child Actors Win Appeal Claiming Bank of America Illegally Charged Fees

The court ruled the bank violated the 1938 Coogan Law by deducting monthly service fees and other charges from the performers' accounts.

George Clooney, Jeffrey Katzenberg and the Fight for the Future of the MPTF Country House

Hollywood's veritable Soho House for senior citizens is where Bud Yorkin still "felt like he was on the lot," Liz Taylor and Sybil Burton made up, and a 104-year-old lied and said she was 102. Now…

When Charlie Chaplin Triumphantly Returned to Hollywood After McCarthyism

After Charlie Chaplin was labeled a communist by Sen. Joseph McCarthy in 1952, the Hollywood icon, who had been traveling abroad in Europe, was not allowed to return to the United States. Chaplin…

‘Escaping Riga’: Riga Review

This Latvian drama-documentary weaves together the life stories of two Riga-born legends, revolutionary filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein and influential thinker Isaiah Berlin

Charlie Chaplin’s ‘City Lights’ Screens at Tokyo’s Historic Kabukiza Theater

The great-grandson of a legendary kabuki artist who befriended Chaplin during the 1930s gave a performance and talk before the screening

Norman Lloyd at 100: THR’s Todd McCarthy on a Legend’s Staying Power

THR's chief film critic pays tribute to the Hollywood legend, who turns 100 in November and has collaborated with everyone from Chaplin to Apatow