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Reporter separates fact, fiction and outright invention for “When the Game Stands Tall” about De La Salle High’s football win streak.
Jim Caviezel found it easy to play the reticent, religious high school football coach whose legacy is more than a 151-game winning streak.
Between 2007 and 2012, Pennsylvania issued $298 million in tax credits among 292 productions and 500 applicants.
“There’s so much more I want to do and see here.” Scouting might mean popping into a place and realizing, “Wow, this wasn’t here before.”
Based on Lois Lowry’s best-seller, “The Giver” is both edifying and enjoyable and will appeal to entire families.
The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and the Museum of Modern Art will partner with MPC to make the films available in digital format.
Daniel Radcliffe calls “What If” a “sweet, feel-good film” that benefits from chemistry among the rom-com cast and a taste for Fool’s Gold.
Joey and David Granati put their new studio to use as The 4th Dimensional Beings.
In “Ongoing Box,” an artist explorers different artists’ processes as they create and execute their work.
Zombies, monsters and Addamses walk among the faithful for a weekend of thrills and chills in Bethel Park.
Her husky voice and smoldering onscreen chemistry with her husband, Humphrey Bogart, made her a defining movie star of the 1940s.
Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation will conduct a free self-guided tour of the Allegheny County Jail Museum, located at 440 Ross St.
With interest already high, Carl Kurlander says, the city can become more of a capital for movies, TV and digital entertainment.
“Get on Up” about the influential performer James Brown has a clear target audience: fans of the Godfather of Soul.
The Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative released its annual report on diversity in the 100 top-grossing films of 2013.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - James Franco is set to be honored for his contributions to cinema at the 71st Venice Film Festival, shortly
Legendary director Woody Allen has added his handprints to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but not the one in California.
“The Last Witch Hunter,“ with Vin Diesel, is hunting for hip extras for a film to be shot in Pittsburgh from late summer to early December.
From Aug. 8-10, some of pop culture’s most beloved characters will gather to meet fans at the Monroeville Convention Center.
Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren plays the queen of the restaurant scene in a small French village in "The Hundred-Foot Journey."
The Butler Farm Show and the Washington County Agricultural Fair are two of the events scheduled for the coming weekend.
“The Last Witch Hunter” looking for a stand-in for an actress who will star alongside Vin Diesel and Michael Caine starting in September.
Sandra Bullock’s stratospheric paycheck for“Gravity” has launched her to the top of Forbes’ list of top-earning actresses.
Humans already use all of their brains’ capacity, experts say, so don’t expect to gain super powers like “Lucy.”
An interview with director Mike Cahill whose movie “I Origins” opened Friday.
He said “I Origins” sometimes prompts tears but it almost always produces debate about science and spirituality.
The Texas filmmaker shot "Boyhood" during a 12-year period with the same core cast.
An Australian film company making a movie, ’Tyke: Elephant Outlaw,’ is looking for photos or video from a 1993 circus standoff in Altoona.
Pittsburgh native Michael Keaton is about to have a moment (again) thanks to “Birdman,” set to open the Venice Film Festival in late August.
The summer camp, led by writer/director Joey Travolta, teaches those with autism spectrum disorders about communication and collaboration.
G‘Day, Bruce! Monty Python performs together for (probably) the very last time, and many get to see it on the big screen.
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” author Jesse Andrews met last week with students and faculty from Obama Academy and Schenley High School.