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Cate Blanchett, Diane Lane and Anne Hathaway headline movies in the 26th annual Florida Film Festival, which will feature a record 76 works by female filmmakers. The event, which runs April 21-30, will offer 182 films in all, according to a schedule unveiled Wednesday. An April 29 tribute to the 1980 comedy “Airplane!” enlists star Robert Hays and writer-director David Zucker.

Actor Billy Crudup will be a festival guest Apr. 28 for a screening of “Jesus’ Son.” His other credits include “Almost Famous,” “Spotlight,” “Jackie” and “20th Century Women.” A third celebrity event will be announced later.

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Mar 26, 2017   Leave a Comment ‘Alien: Covenant’

Listen. Alien: Covenant does not want you to forget — not for a moment! — that this Ridley Scott movie is coming and there is nothing you can do to stop it, and it is going to scare the stuffing out of you. Okay? There’s going to be back-bursting and face-hugging and Fassbender robots and there’s not a single orange hero cat to distract you. Read More: // here

Mar 12, 2017   Leave a Comment ‘Alien: Covenant’

AS THE AUDIENCE filed out of Austin’s Paramount Theatre following the South by Southwest opening-night screening of Terrence Malick’s “Song to Song,” there was a line around the block waiting to get in for a screening of Ridley Scott’s 1979 film “Alien,” along with footage from Scott’s upcoming “Alien: Covenant.” Opening May 19, the film is the sixth in the series and the third directed by Scott. Read More: // here

Mar 12, 2017   Leave a Comment Stage

The 52nd Street Project makes a difference in the lives of countless Hell’s Kitchen (Clinton) kids by pairing them with theater professionals who mentor them through the creation of original theater. Perhaps the most poignant presentations made by the Project are those in its semi-annual Playmaking series, which features the Project’s youngest Hell’s Kitchen menses – 9- and 10-year-olds who have just begun their theatrical education – writing for accomplished professional actors and revealing their work to a public audience for the first time. Accomplished actors including Raúl Castillo (“Looking,” “Gotham”), Billy Crudup (Jackie, 20th Century Women, Almost Famous), Crystal Dickinson (Clybourne Park), Brandon Dirden (All the Way, Jitney), Carson Elrod (Peter & the Starcatcher, Noises Off), Nancy Giles (“CBS Sunday Morning”), Michael Potts (Book of Mormon, Jitney, “The Wire”), Mirarai Sithole (Mother Courage & Her Children, “Broad City”), Micah Stock (The Front Page, It’s Only a Play) and others will perform in All Together Now: The United Plays, the Project’s Spring 2017 Playmaking show. All Together Now will run Friday, March 31, through Sunday, April 2, at The 52nd Street Project’s Five Angels Theater (789 Tenth Avenue, 2nd floor, NYC). Performances will take place Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm, and Saturday & Sunday at 3pm. Admission is free, but reservations must be made in advance at or 212.333.5252. For more information, visit Read More: // here