By Nestor U. Torre
Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln,” is a masterful tribute to a truly great man. Even more admirably, Spielberg succeeds in making history come vibrantly alive without watering it down in the facile, feckless name of “entertainment.” Only a true master of the cinema could have done it, so our admiration for the filmmaker has increased even further.
HOLLYWOOD—Steven Spielberg, named head of the Cannes Film Festival jury on Wednesday, is a Hollywood legend and one of modern cinema’s most influential filmmakers. The 66-year-old was named to the prestigious post days after his second disappointing awards season in two years, with his top-tipped drama “Lincoln” going home with only two Oscars out of [...]
Steven Spielberg, named head of the Cannes Film Festival jury Wednesday, is a Hollywood legend and one of modern cinema’s most influential filmmakers — even if his awards glory has faded of late.
Hollywood veteran Steven Spielberg left the Oscars empty-handed for the second year running, despite his film having the most nominations for Tinseltown’s top awards show.
Former US president Bill Clinton brought Hollywood to its feet Sunday with a brief appearance at the Golden Globe awards.