An ailing Hosni Mubarak, who served longer than any ruler of modern Egypt until he was overthrown in a revolution in February, was rolled into a courtroom in a hospital bed on Wednesday to face formal charges of corruption and complicity in the killing of protesters. The televised trial was a seminal moment for Egypt and an Arab world roiled by revolt.
Just in time for the filmmaker’s 112th birthday, archivists and preservationists in New Zealand have announced the discovery of the first half of a 1924 film thought to be Alfred Hitchcock’s earliest surviving feature, The White Shadow.
Charlie Sheen, dead and buried in the Two and a Half Men season premiere?
The Toronto International Film Festival announces lineups for Midnight Madness, Documentary Vanguard, and more.
Mark Asch praises Robert Ryan.
Dan Callahan has a crush on the mise-en-scène of the Italian filmmaker Francesco Rosi.
How things have been going according to David Lynch.
Black four-year-old misquoted to sound violent:
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