While President Trump ramps up his attacks on the news media, the White House is set to screen two movies. One is about journalism. The other is about P.T. Barnum.
Mr. Ransohoff was a force behind both light television fare like “Mister Ed” and substantive movies like “The Americanization of Emily.”
By acknowledging women who have survived sexual harassment and worse, the academy could address the questions swirling around the ceremony.
The distributor of the film, “I Love You, Daddy,” said that it would cancel its release. The announcement came a day after a report alleging Louis C.K. had engaged in sexual misconduct.
By SUSAN DOMINUS October 28, 2017 In late September, just as multiple women were days away from going on the record with reports of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct, one of his alleged assault victims, Rose McGowan, considered an offer that...
The New York Times chief film critic A.O. Scott analyzes how movies such as Oliver Stone’s “J.F.K.” helped fuel America’s interest in conspiracies.