Written in the 1950s, The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond was forgotten until it was recently adapted into a major motion picture
January 04, 2010 | By Chloë Schama
The author of The Wizard of Oz, L. Frank Baum, traveled many paths before he found his Yellow Brick Road
June 26, 2009 | By Chloë Schama
As Michael Parfit bids goodbye to the Cannes Film Festival, there is good news for Luna from the Canary Islands
May 25, 2009 | By Michael Parfit
The ‘Night at the Museum’ films aren’t the only films that take place largely in the confines of a museum
May 04, 2009 | By Joseph Caputo
Movie memories come to life inside the filmmaking collections of these seven museums
April 24, 2009 | By Joseph Caputo
Author Mark Harris discusses his book about the five movies nominated for Best Picture at the 1967 Academy Awards
February 19, 2009 | By Brian Wolly
Author James Reston Jr. discovers firsthand what is gained and lost when history is turned into entertainment
January 2009 | By James Reston Jr.
The newly reopened Smithsonian National Museum of American History boasts a rare pair of Judy Garland's legendary ruby slippers
January 2009 | By Jesse Rhodes
Did a Native American actress inspire one of Hollywood's most celebrated symbols?
January 2007 | By Owen Edwards
Environmentalist Al Gore talks about his new movie.
July 01, 2006 | By Amy Crawford
British documentary filmmaker Zana Briski and collaborator Ross Kauffman's Academy Award winning documentary chronicals the resilience and vision of children in a Calcutta red-light district
May 2005 | By Andrew Curry
Even as a bust, the real king of Siam turns out to be a more complex chap than the bald-headed caricature made famous by Yul Brynner and others
April 1997 | By David Taylor