Classic

H.J. ParkMay 3, 2016

Suspicion (1941), the romantic psychological thriller directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Joan Fontaine and Cary Grant, was his second movie...

Philip BerkMay 3, 2016

As film-lovers mark the anniversary of one of the most acclaimed movies of all time, the HFPA’s Phil Berk reflects on Orson Welles’ masterpieceIn...

Gabriel LermanApril 29, 2016

Su muerte fue tan trágica que suele ser más recordada que su carrera, pero Ramón Novarro nunca será olvidado por la comunidad latina, ya que fue...

Yoram KahanaApril 22, 2016

The longest-running film noir festival in Los Angeles returns to the Egyptian Theatre, anchored by movies that were restored with funds provided...

Ana Maria BahianaApril 5, 2016

“When I look back (on my career) the early days come to mind. Many times someone from the press had said to me or they’ve written “he was...

Ana Maria BahianaApril 1, 2016

With two biopics of jazz icons hitting the screens – Don Cheadle’s Miles Ahead, exploring Miles Davis’ life and music, and Robert Budreau’s Born...

Ana Maria BahianaMarch 22, 2016

Depending on the point of view – and where you are in your career – playing super popular heroes such as Batman and Superman can be a blessing or...

Ana Maria BahianaMarch 17, 2016

The HBO series Vinyl recreated the look of the 1970s with care and precision. Let's rewind to the actual 1970s and check out how stars really...

H.J. ParkMarch 16, 2016

Nagisa Oshima, who was called the “Godard of the Far East”, was an avant-garde Japanese director who was very sympathetic to Koreans in Japan. He...

HFPAJanuary 29, 2016

Happy belated 80th birthday to our six-time Golden Globe winner Alphonso Joseph D'Abruzzo, born January 28m 1936 in New York, NY - and better...