"Next time we go to any major museum in Europe or America today, we will remember that some of the major works may have been...
Seems like I am not the only one falling for tales from overseas
The stage legend is sustaining his family's legacy with the autobiographical play "Maurice Hines is Tappin' Thru Life"
Now that my mother is no longer alive, I will be forever grateful for Spielberg's wise insight to document the past to help prevent future...
From "Captain Phillips" to Agnieszka Holland’s "Burning Bush"
Ruth Bader Ginsburg told me that Greenberg helped lead to the Supreme Court’s practice of not holding oral arguments on the holy day
Guest blog: His embarrassment of riches has arisen because his company is distributing two very strongly acted and directed films about race in America
Guest blog: Several summer movies to satisfy my feminist needs, especially with several plots of female bonding of all shades
Guest blog: Last week in D.C. was a glorious one for networking with top talent and seeing great films with the potential to move audiences...
Guest blog: Although Goldberg was most famous for shows as “Family Ties,” I was most enamored with him for “Brooklyn Bridge”
Guest blog: Rama Burshtein’s “Fill the Void” captures an intimate story that is about the emotions confronting a young Orthodox woman faced with a romantic...
Guest blog: 27th installment of the festival also screened Deepa Mehta's adaptation of Salman Rushdie's "Midnight Children"
Guest Blog: That film about same-sex marriage might change minds, as "Blue Caprice" could on gun control
Guest blog: In my imagination she would have the perfect opportunity to declare to the worldwide viewers that we need to prevent global warming
Guest blog: What a nice surprise to see Dustin Hoffman act so skillfully as a director in his debut
Guest blog: America's racial history is brought into clear focus via the highly entertaining "Pullman Porter Blues" and "Lincoln"
Guest blog: For me, seeing young actors join in the fun confirms the important tradition of a new generation learning tthe art of repeat-joke-telling
Guest Blog: Israeli Arnon’s Goldfinger’s compelling documentary “The Flat” reminds us that our relatives may well be saving treasures for us, if only we ask
Even though I live in Washington, D.C., I’ve make sure for over 20 years to attend the opening weekend of the festival, where a true...
45 of the around 100 films unspooling at the festival are directed or co-directed by women
Guest Blog: Last week, the veteran civil rights activist was honored at a star-studded array of comedians, singers and television personalities in New York City
Guest Blog: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is among those at MPAA screening for "The Lady," the biopic of Burma's Nobel Prize-winning activist Aung San...
Washington-based actor Ed Gero, currently starring in "Red," has become a treasured fixture on the D.C. stage scene
The looming bankruptcy of Kodak symbolizes the digital age’s dominance over film
Hollywood producers look no further for your next sports-related tear jerker
The underlying issues of class differences and money worries propel the storylines in "Jumping the Broom" and "Bridesmaids"
"Treme" should be a big winner Sunday night, but let's all remember Gertrude Berg
This new idea is downright Shakespearean: Sarah Palin as the new female King Lear and Levi as the modern day Macbeth
Europeans and Americans may have different views of sex, but raping a minor is not to be treated lightly
Male directors defend Polanski, but no one speaks about the rights of vulnerable girls.