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The 2015 MTV Movie Awards nominations include movies with local connections: "The Fault in Our Stars," "Foxcatcher" and "Birdman."
“Blood Brother” documentary team from Pittsburgh make the new movie, “Crocodile Gennadiy,” and land a spot in the Tribeca Film Festival.
During March, Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ Sunday Night Series at Regent Square Theater shows some award-winning films from Frank Capra.
The restored Oscar-winning film will return to 500-plus theaters in April and Twentieth Century Fox will release a five-disc edition.
“Let It Snow” came to our corner of Pittsburgh to film and generally take over the place. It’s hard not to be star-struck.
Mr. Nimoy’s wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, said the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The band's train of classic rock keeps rolling with a concert film shot last year in England.
Performances on tap include Chatham Baroque, Buckwheat Zydeco, Pittsburgh Moth Grandslam and ArcAttack.
The artist’s great-niece and her partner are working to complete a family portrait of Warhol. A Kickstarter funding drive launches Tuesday.
The ski slopes, however, will be open and operate on a normal schedule.
“Birdman” won for best picture and director while Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne took home Oscars for best actor/actress.
Kirk Cameron and his comedy “Saving Christmas” won four Razzies: worst picture, worst actor, worst screenplay and worst screen combo.
A delightful musical number launched the Oscars telecast, but too many of host Neil Patrick Harris’ jokes didn’t live up to the opening.
At the Spirit Awards Saturday afternoon in Santa Monica, “Birdman” won the top honor of best feature and male lead for Michael Keaton.
Along with best picture “Birdman,” winners were marked with an “X” and boldfaced as they were announced during the Oscars ceremony on Feb.
No matter what happens Sunday night, Michael Keaton was a winner this weekend.
Glen Campbell’s daughter and onetime member of his backup band is due in Pittsburgh in June for a screening of the movie about the singer.
Timothy Spall learned to paint so he could convincingly play British artist J.M.W. Turner for director Mike Leigh in “Mr. Turner.”
And the Academy Award will go to … no one really knows, when it comes to best picture, director and actor this time around.
Ewan McGregor not only will star in “American Pastoral” but he will make his directorial feature film debut.
Mike Leigh applies his idiosyncratic style of filmmaking to prolific British artist J.M.W. Turner with the help of actor Timothy Spall.
The late Oscar winner Mike Nichols’ work seems echoed in awards-season films ‘Birdman’ and more.
The CMU Film Festival, bringing Jonathan Demme to town in March, will offer a sneak preview Feb. 27 of “Song From the Forest.”
The movie “Still Alice” raises questions about Alzheimer’s, particularly the early onset form that affects Julianne Moore’s character.
The Oscar-nominated actor grew up in Robinson Township, and the Pittsburgh region became his launchpad to acting fame.
“Community” star Gillian Jacobs makes her directorial debut with “The Queen of Code,” about techno-wiz Grace Hopper.
Four-time Oscar winner Joe Letteri will give a presentation at the Museum of the Living Image on Wednesday. Feb. 11.
“Birdman” tops “Boyhood,” and “The Chair” scores honor for reality TV.
The Steeltown Indie Program will have a broader emphasis on nurturing film, TV and Web projects.