In today's arts and culture headlines, an American car enthusiast pays $4.1 million at auction to buy James Bond's most famous car and the New York Philharmonic renews its efforts to visit Cuba.
By Tom LeGro
Before the re-release of Whit Stillman's "The Last Days of Disco," obscure copies of the cult auteur's film were selling on the Internet for as much as $150. Now Stillman's 1998 movie (and his latest to date) is now being…
Now re-released by the Criterion Collection, the new DVD version of "For All Mankind" is far superior to the original grainy images most watched for the first time on their TVs.
Toshiba said Tuesday that it would stop developing its own high-definition DVD player, known as HD DVD, leaving the market to Sony's Blu-ray format. The Wall Street Journal's technology columnist explains the move and its likely impact on consumers.
After much pressure, documentary filmmaker Ken Burns agreed to add stories about Hispanics' role in World War II to his documentary, "The War." A Latino history professor and a film festival CEO give their views.
By PBS NewsHour
In a competition reminiscent of the Betamax/VHS battle 20 years ago, two new high-definition DVD formats are set for a high-stakes showdown in 2006.
The California Supreme Court on Monday ruled that courts can prohibit the online publication of DVD-copying codes, finding that the protection of corporate trade secrets outranked free speech rights in the case.
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