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The Producers Guild of America nominated the producers of 10 films Wednesday for the Darryl F. Zanuck producer of the year award for theatrical motion pictures. They are the producers of "Argo"; "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; "Django Unchained"; "Les...
Malik Bendjelloul's "Searching for Sugar Man" won the Best Feature Award at the International Documentary Assn.'s 2012 IDA Documentary Awards at the Directors Guild of America on Friday evening. The acclaimed chronicle about Sixto Rodriguez, a U.S....
24 FramesChilean filmmaker Patricio Guzman's "Nostalgia for the Light" took home best feature honors Friday at the International Documentary Association's 2011 Documentary Awards at the DGA Theatre in West Hollywood. Set in Northern Chile's Atacama Desert, the...
The Fabulous ForumWe asked you to send in your picks for the greatest sports moments in L.A. history, and 1,181 ballots later we are unveiling the top 20 vote-getters. Each weekday we will unveil a new moment until we reach No. 1.......
24 FramesHollywood's complicated movie awards season didn't get any clearer Tuesday morning as the Producers Guild of America announced its 10 nominees for the Darryl F. Zanuck producer of the year award in theatrical motion pictures....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe PGA, who don't like it when you use the golf term “hacks” when referring to them, named “The King's Speech” their best picture of 2010. So maybe all the hoo hah over “The Social Network” last weekend and the weeks...
Marshall Flaum, an award-winning producer, director and writer who specialized in documentaries, died Friday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles of complications after hip surgery, his family said. He was 85. Flaum won five Emmy Awards, had...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelDavid L. Wolper was a showman, one of television's greatest. He presented everything from “Roots” and “The Thorn Birds” to the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics to “The Man Who Saw Tomorrow.” Don't remember that last one? It...
David L. Wolper, the award-winning television documentary producer best known for the blockbuster TV miniseries "Roots" and for the spectacular opening and closing ceremonies he created for the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, has died. He was 82....
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