Based on the 1964 Christopher Isherwood novel of the same name, “A Single Man” is the cinematic debut of Tom Ford, an artist who, until now, was known for his role as creative director at fashion house Gucci. His foray into filmmaking has made viewers keen to see how he would deliver the narrative through his use of style.
Holding out for the course of a career that spans more than 40 years, photographer Robert Bergman refused to compromise on when and where he would hold his first show; standing by a personal philosophy of “getting it right,” he patiently waited for the right time.
For documentary filmmakers, the reward of an Oscar nomination is twofold: It raises awareness around the film’s subjects or issues and generates interest in a genre that ticket buyers don’t generally flock to.
After a three year investigation and several appearances before the federal grand jury, White House adviser Karl Rove was told Tuesday that he would not face any criminal charges stemming from the leak of former covert CIA operative Valerie Plame’s identity. Two former U.S. attorneys discuss the investigation. Continue reading