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11715   Saints Into Cinema: Half a Century of Religion on Film  
Tom O'Brien
Last year the Cannes Film Festival was a quiet affair. The bombing of Libya cast a pall, keeping away many American movie stars and production executives (such as Sylvester ... Issue Date: 4 / 1987

12728   Greatest Living Legend of Filmdom: Lillian Gish  
Douglas C. Moore
It felt like a celebration for film scholars and buffs alike at the 2nd annual convention of the Society for Cinephiles because of the presence of the living film legend - Miss ... Issue Date: 3 / 1987

12729   Whose Oscar?: Academy Award Selection Process Leaves Room for Improvement  
Martin S. Dworkin
The Academy Awards for films have raised mixed feelings among show-business people from their beginnings. Each year, a sizeable repertoire of cynical anecdotes is rehearsed in ... Issue Date: 3 / 1987

10300   Broadway Goes to Hollywood  
Tom O'Brien
This fall and winter, moviegoers are asking one question: Where have all the plays come from? From September to February, five distinguished recent American plays have been ... Issue Date: 12 / 1986

11342   Aliens: Emotion, Action, Suspense, Horror  
Kenneth Chanko
James Cameron is the Bruce Springsteen of movie directors. Watching a Cameron film, like attending a Springsteen concert, is an extraordinarily entertaining test of emotional ... Issue Date: 11 / 1986

11579   Monks, Presence, and the Rose  
Jan Van Raay
It''s cold. The air is damp. Stones hewn centuries past breathe chill deep into your bones. People move and walk, when permitted, to excite their circulation. We are on the movie ... Issue Date: 9 / 1986

10132   Tom Skerritt: An Actor on the Way Up!  
Debra Wishik
Tom Skerritt may not be a household name, but he''s bound to become far more familiar to moviegoers this summer with the release of two films, Spacecamp (20th Century Fox) and ... Issue Date: 8 / 1986

10953   From Tough Guy to Dandy: James Cagney  
Gregory Speck
James Cagney will forever remain one of the immortals of the Hollywood pantheon. A veteran of nearly seventy films, many of them classics, he grinned, punched, danced, and sang ... Issue Date: 6 / 1986

10954   Films of Distinction at the Academy Awards  
Debra Wishik
The Academy Awards may long be over but the foreign films and documentaries that were nominated are only now playing in theatres around the country. The Official Story, winner of ... Issue Date: 6 / 1986

10010   Kindergarten  
Debra Wishik
Curiosity about Soviet life has often brought the subject to the silver screen. Eisentein''s classic Potemkin (1925) was one of the first. And even the most blasť fan of film ... Issue Date: 4 / 1986

10661   'Tis the Season for Releases  
Tom Huntington
We all have traditions for the winter holiday season: turkeys, trees, candelabra. But for the film industry, this season means the tradition of unveiling their best and ... Issue Date: 1 / 1986

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