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Eleanor Parker, known for the range of parts she played, dies at age 91.
Movies with PG-13 ratings contain the most "gun violence per hour," according to a new study in the journal Pediatrics.
Rich Engler writes a book filled with wild rock 'n' tales.
Hundreds of fans attended a memorial rally and car cruise for the late actor.
With chilly weather arriving and winter break approaching, it's a good time to head to the movies with your family or friends.
"Blood Brother" documentary generates goodwill from Sundance Film Festival to Pittsburgh to India, thanks to nonprofit organization.
The shot-in-Pittsburgh movie "Out of the Furnace" should not to be confused with the classic Pittsburgh-set novel "Out of This Furnace.
The vast majority of feature-length silent films made in America succumbed to decay and neglect over the past 100 years.
A movie depicting the life of Nelson Mandela has become South Africa's highest grossing picture after its opening last week.
The National Board of Review has named "Her" as its best film of 2013 and its director Spike Jonze as best director.
Director Scott Cooper wrote "Out of the Furnace" with Christian Bale and Braddock in mind and brought onetime Batman back to town in 2012.
His wife said no, but Woody Harrelson ultimately said yes to vile villain opposite Christian Bale and Casey Affleck.
Atmospheric Braddock, "broken and abandoned," set the stage and the tone for actor Casey Affleck in "Out of the Furnace," opening Friday.
Tuesday's O Starry Night show features Avril Lavigne, Backstreet Boys, The Fray and others.
The actor is closely associated with the underground culture of street racing portrayed in the popular "Fast & Furious" film franchise.
"Kill Your Darlings" transports Dane DeHaan back to the Beat Generation in the guise of Lucien Carr alongside Daniel Radcliffe's Ginsberg.
The Denis Theatre Foundation sets $1 million as one-year goal to reconstruct the Mt. Lebanon icon.
A limited number of seats remain for a one-time screening on Monday.
Documentary maker AJ Schnack transports moviegoers to the summer and fall of 2011, when GOP presidential field was crowded.
Its seven nominations lead the Film Independent Spirit Awards; CMU grads behind "All Is Lost" with Robert Redford also in the awards race.
A Pittsburgh filmmaking venture called Production Services aims to tell the stories of local nonprofits and social service agencies.
Philadelphia native Dave Patten stars alongside Vince Vaughn but qualifies as a "Delivery Man," too, with movie, music and a new novel.
"Dallas Buyers Club" lured musician Jared Leto back to the movies after five years and brought actor Matthew McConaughey in from the cold.
The former U.S. senator and presidential candidate urges moviegoers to vote this weekend at the box office for his family film.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" will burn up the box office today, and for weeks to come, as Jennifer Lawrence revisits Katniss Everdeen.
The 32nd annual Three Rivers Film Festival finishes with film and musical flourish thanks to two silent movies and visiting Alloy Orchestra.
Adult comedy reigns with "We're the Millers," 'The World's End" and ''The To-Do List" while "Planes" is more family friendly.
LindyHop 2013, Drew Carey, "Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies," and Poinsettias and Pointe Shoes are on the schedule for the weekend.
A sequel to "It's a Wonderful Life" is in the works. It will focus on the descendants of Jimmy Stewart's bank manager, George Bailey.
The McKeesport native will appear during the festival for a screening and a book signing.
The Three Rivers Film Festival continues through Saturday. Here are films for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Kimberly Kong gives a recital, a film series at Kelly-Strayhorn Theater, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents a free concert and more.
Three Rivers Film Festival shoots for the moon and South Pole with second week of movies, shorts and microcinema offerings.
CMU to host free showing of "Inequality for All" on campus, with chance to ask Robert Reich questions via Skype on Monday night.
Documentarian Kenneth Love screens films on sculptor Thaddeus Mosley and puppeteer Margo Lovelace at Three Rivers Film Festival.
Keith Reimink spent a year at the South Pole, cooking and recording what proved to be a documentary and surviving.
The Q&A free event will feature Pitt law professor Jules Lobel.