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Protests continue against building of South Korean naval base updated: Thu Mar 08 2012 10:06:00

Tensions soared on the South Korean island of Jeju on Thursday as hundreds of residents, activists and priests protest against the building of a naval base.

The writer: An overnight success, 15 years laterupdated: Sat Feb 25 2012 17:02:00

J.C. Chandor is one of Hollywood's hot new names. Mary Tyler Moore Set for Brain Surgeryupdated: Thu May 12 2011 13:37:00

The star will have a benign tumor removed in "a fairly routine procedure," her rep tells PEOPLE Robert Redford Enjoying a 'Whole New Life' with Second Wifeupdated: Fri Jan 21 2011 12:15:00

"She's younger than I am, and European, which I like," the actor says of German-born artist Sibylle Szaggars

Angelina Jolie, other actresses who went behind the cameraupdated: Fri Aug 27 2010 16:30:00

Directing movies has gone exceptionally well for many leading men in Hollywood. Clint Eastwood has been nominated for the Best Director Oscar four times, and Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, and Kevin Costner have all gotten Oscar nods for stepping behind the camera. Oh, and George Clooney didn't do too shabby with his directorial debut, "Good Night, and Good Luck," did he?

Snapping celebrities at Heathrowupdated: Tue Aug 10 2010 08:03:00

CNN's Ayesha Durgahee meets the man who's been snapping celebrities in London's Heathrow Airport for decades.

Robert Redford: Indie cinema isn't dead yetupdated: Thu Jan 21 2010 13:31:00

The Internet will help independent cinema survive despite a dip in the industry, says Robert Redford.

Five movies to see at Sundanceupdated: Thu Jan 21 2010 13:31:00

CNN's JD Cargill takes a look at the biggest buzz-worthy flicks set to appear at the Sundance Film Festival.

Iraqi films emerge from the chaos of warupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 14:04:00

Mohamed Al-Daradji has cut something of a lonely figure in Iraqi cinema over the past seven years. Sandra Bullock to Deliver SAG Tribute to Betty Whiteupdated: Tue Jan 05 2010 12:17:00

The veteran Golden Girl will receive the Life Achievement Award Jan. 23 Robert Redford Weds Artist in Germanyupdated: Wed Jul 15 2009 14:49:00

The actor-filmmaker-environmentalist and artist Sibylle Szaggars married Saturday Julia Roberts Among the Stars for Paul Newman's Charity Fundraiserupdated: Tue Jun 09 2009 17:17:00

The late actor encouraged fun, Julia remembers at a Hole in the Wall gala

Fiesta time in the Cuban capitalupdated: Wed Mar 04 2009 12:28:00

Havana has a thriving cultural scene and is the setting for world-class ballet and film festivals. But it's also a city of music, sunshine and rum, and Havana knows how to throw a damn fine party. Here are some of the city's biggest and best annual events.

Slow down and enjoy Taos, New Mexicoupdated: Wed Feb 18 2009 11:35:00

Taos feels like a comfortable Navajo blanket, wrapping you with coziness and color. Pueblos with their sandy hues. Warmth despite the snow on the ground and majestic mountains as a backdrop. Crackling fires in kiva fireplaces and smoke billowing from chimneys.

Eight successful people grateful they got cannedupdated: Fri Feb 13 2009 12:17:00

In our tough economic climate, it's worth reminding ourselves that losing a job might not be the end of the world. Sure, it never feels good, but for these well-known folks, getting the boot from their gigs provided the impetus for them to reach even greater successes.

The Screening Room Xtra: Sundanceupdated: Wed Jan 28 2009 11:48:00

The February edition of "The Screening Room Xtra" comes from the slopes of Park City, Utah, as we bring you the best highlights from the Sundance Film Festival.

Redford and me: Confessions of a Sundance stargazerupdated: Tue Jan 20 2009 13:06:00

The Sundance Film Festival, celebrating its 25th anniversary in Park City, Utah, is a magnet for film geeks, starry-eyed tourists, journalist suck-ups and celebrity stalkers.

Tented camps take luxury under coverupdated: Mon Dec 29 2008 11:05:00

Alice Temperley likes to camp. Which is why the British fashion designer, who escapes her London workshop to rusticate in a tepee on her Somerset country estate, was recently commissioned by One & Only Le Saint Géran to erect a similar structure on their beach in Mauritius.

Lawsuit seeks to halt gas and oil drilling in Utahupdated: Wed Dec 17 2008 17:27:00

Seven environmental groups filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the federal Bureau of Land Management, hoping to stop the sale of leases to oil and gas companies on land in Utah that includes what some call the "world's longest art gallery."

After the election, news as usual?updated: Wed Dec 03 2008 21:44:00

Public Broadcasting Service President and CEO Paula Kerger called Wednesday on news organizations to work to keep Americans engaged in the political process, even though the presidential election has ended.

Kenneth Cole's 'Disorder'updated: Mon Nov 24 2008 14:24:00

Fashion designer talks to CNN's Shanon Cook about his new book and his obsession with puns.

Fashion designer Cole wants to inspireupdated: Mon Nov 24 2008 14:24:00

Kenneth Cole is the first to admit he has a bit of a language problem. Robert Redford Remembers Paul Newmanupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 19:00:00

The Sundance Kid remembers Paul Newman: actor, prankster, philanthropist and friend Robert Redford 'Beyond Words' over Newman̢۪s Deathupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 08:07:00

Costars and politicians recall an actor who was the "ultimate cool guy" Richard Hoffer: Newman's diverse life was his legacyupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 01:19:00

Paul Newman lived long enough, and lived well enough, to confuse anybody who'd try for a final summation. He was a cross-generational film star, his movies the last 50 years inspired by 10 Oscar-nominated parts. Everything from Hud to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Hustler to Cool Hand Luke. But, he was also a salad dressing magnate, starting up a popcorn and spaghetti company as a joke, all profits of Newman's Own going to charity. By 2007, the foundation had given out $175 million and dressed a lot of salads.

Commentary: I'll miss the late, great Paul Newmanupdated: Sat Sep 27 2008 13:33:00

The news of his death came on Saturday.

Oscar-winner Tilda Swinton starts film festivalupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 05:49:00

Robert Redford did it, so has Robert De Niro; now the latest actor to start a film festival is Tilda Swinton.

A non-traditional thespianupdated: Thu Aug 21 2008 05:49:00

The Screening Room Extra follows the unique Oscar winning Actress, Tilda Swinton across a very busy six months.

Voluntourism attracts stars to Kenyan slumupdated: Mon Aug 18 2008 09:04:00

Picture in your mind's eye a trip to Africa.

Celebrity volunteerismupdated: Mon Aug 18 2008 09:04:00

CNN's David McKenzie caught up with some celebrities in Africa on an unusual tourist trip. A Brief History of the Flag Lapel Pinupdated: Thu Jul 03 2008 10:00:00

No politician's upper torso is without one these days, but its origins are as much about appearances as patriotism

You either love or hate my movies, says Tarantinoupdated: Thu Jun 05 2008 05:26:00

Editor's note: Watch Tarantino talking about the making of "Pulp Fiction" on The Screening Room podcast. To receive regular movie podcasts subscribe here. Redford on Pollackupdated: Tue May 27 2008 18:55:00

The actor who appeared in seven of his films reflects on the director, who died Monday at 73

The Sundance Kid and his festivalupdated: Mon Jan 28 2008 08:58:00

It's 40 years since Robert Redford teamed up with Paul Newman to play cowboy heroes in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." Yet the name "Sundance" has become synonymous with Redford, outshining his other starring roles like "The Great Gatsby," "All the President's Men" and "Up Close and Personal."

British Cinemaupdated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:27:00

Myleene Klass visits the London Film Festival to find out more about British Cinema.

London Film Festival 2007updated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:27:00

From Harry Potter to Beatrix Potter, Bond to Borat, David Lean to Mr Bean, British cinema, the skills of British actors, directors and technicians have long been respected around the globe. And as the London Film Festival opens in the British capital, one of the starring roles is the city itself.

The Screening Room's Top 10 Movie Deathsupdated: Thu Jan 10 2008 10:04:00

Movie deaths can be tragic, heroic, spine-chilling -- even funny. This month, we've brought together our favorite screen exits, from Psycho to Bambi.

Cruise, Streep and Redfordupdated: Sun Nov 11 2007 13:41:00

Robert Redford directs the political thriller ''Lions for Lambs'' starring Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep.

Robert Redfordupdated: Fri Nov 09 2007 08:46:00

Actor Robert Redford talks to CNN's Larry King about Al Gore's 'An Inconvenient Truth' and the virtues of being 'green.'

Review: 'Lions' good lesson, not great filmupdated: Fri Nov 09 2007 08:46:00

Liberal message movies tend to follow the Mary Poppins principle: Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. The sugar is suspense, mystery, romance -- the sweeteners Hollywood sprinkles over Important Issues like corporate duplicity or blood diamonds to render them palatable. Brad Pitt Pays a Visit to The Washington Postupdated: Mon Sep 24 2007 18:44:00

Not since Robert Redford played Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in All The President's Men has political journalism ever looked so good. Tom Cruise 'Happy' About Beckhams' Move to L.A.updated: Fri Jun 29 2007 16:03:00

How does Tom Cruise feel about David and Victoria Beckham's upcoming move to Los Angeles?

Coming to your phone: Mobile moviesupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 04:04:00

Hosting a technical conference like 3GSM in a beautiful city like Barcelona may seem odd. After all, few people will see much the city has to offer in the daylight.

FSB: Dressed to Killupdated: Tue Nov 28 2006 09:38:00

Rivers West Stalker Jacket $199 After his waterproof gear leaked during a 1997 deer-hunting trip, Michael McGinley decided to make his own. A clothing supplier for companies such as Patagonia, McGi...

FSB: Hunting gear: Dressed to killupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 12:21:00

Hunting gear designed and manufactured by small businesses.

CNNMoney: Eminent domain and the ballot boxupdated: Mon Oct 30 2006 14:45:00

Eminent domain is a hot-button issue this fall - 12 states have measures on the ballot to restrict the government from taking property for private uses.

Every man a casting directorupdated: Thu Sep 21 2006 09:07:00

My book club discussed "All the King's Men" -- the Robert Penn Warren novel -- the other day. And along with the observations about morality, motivation and literary style, we openly wondered if the movie -- opening Friday -- will get it right.

Redford: Kicking the oil habitupdated: Tue May 30 2006 09:46:00

Today the American people are way out in front of our leaders. We're ready to face our toughest national challenges, and we deserve new and forward-looking solutions and leadership.

EW review: Timeless 'President's Men'updated: Tue Feb 21 2006 19:10:00

Last year's revelation that former FBI man Mark Felt was "Deep Throat," the source who helped Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein expose the nefariousness of the Nixon administration, gives the new Two-Disc Special Edition of the political thriller "All the President's Men" a fresh context.

Review: 'Unfinished Life' has its bright spotsupdated: Fri Sep 09 2005 11:40:00

"An Unfinished Life" gathered dust on a shelf at Miramax for two years before finally seeing the light of day. The belated release is understandable. Slowly paced with an extremely predictable ending, the film has its faults.

Sounds on the screenupdated: Fri Feb 11 2005 12:01:00

Movies have come a long way in 100 years. People used to pack halls to see "moving pictures" of people just walking down the street. In the early days, the sight of a gunslinger pointing a six-shooter into the camera in "The Great Train Robbery" was enough to cause a temporary panic in theaters.

It's not easy being red: Princeton Redheads Societyupdated: Fri Nov 26 2004 15:45:00

From Elizabeth I to Robert Redford, redheads have stood out throughout history because of their distinctive fiery manes. Now, students at Princeton University have joined forces to discuss and celebrate their unique experiences of having red hair.

Summer is already bookedupdated: Wed Jun 30 2004 10:45:00

This is the time of year you see all those articles about summer reading -- that is, if they didn't all appear a month ago around Memorial Day.

Fortune: Will Redford's Money Woes Force A Sundance Sale?updated: Mon Jun 28 2004 00:01:00

Is high-minded Robert Redford low on cash? That's the latest buzz from New York City to L.A. to Sundance, Utah, the idyllic venue from which the actor oversees a socially conscious empire that incl...

The kings of Hollywood, together againupdated: Wed Jun 16 2004 14:47:00

Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. Paul Newman and Robert Redford.

When the independents took overupdated: Mon Feb 23 2004 07:42:00

Love him or hate him, Harvey Weinstein is bigger than life.

Robert Redford opens upupdated: Thu Jan 15 2004 11:36:00

Every year, thousands of filmmakers, journalists, public relations people, and marketing directors from every major film company in the world descend on the tiny resort town of Park City, Utah.

Money Magazine: [Light Bulb] + [Exclamation Point] = [Money} [HOW TO MAKE YOUR FORTUNE NOW]updated: Fri Aug 01 2003 00:01:00

There's never a bad time to seize opportunity, think big and change your life

Fortune: ACCOUNTING, HOLLYWOOD-STYLE DECONSTRUCTIONupdated: Mon Nov 11 1996 00:01:00

Think fast: What would you rather have, five bucks or 5% of the net profits of a hit movie?

Fortune: The menace of consumers, sorrow in Pennsylvania, child abuse at the Fed, and other matters. GREAT MORAL DILEMMAS, AUTOMOTIVE DIVupdated: Mon Nov 04 1991 00:01:00

LOS ANGELES -- Monday night ((saw)) the biggest celebration ever of Hollywood's commitment to its favorite cause, the environment. Nearly 700 of the town's elite, including . . . Robert Redford . ....

Fortune: The education dividend, Ed Asner misses a party, Mike Wallace proposes a deal, and other matters. ALL WHO GLITTERupdated: Mon May 21 1990 00:01:00

On April 28, 1938, the Daily Worker, official organ of the Communist Party USA, published the names of dozens of show-business celebrities who had signed a petition supporting ''the recent Moscow t...

Fortune: Finding nuts in the forest, the story they dare not print, and why workers are safe under capitalism. THE EARTH AND ITS FRIENDSupdated: Mon Jan 29 1990 00:01:00

Morgan Fairchild, blonde bombshell, is an environmentalist. So is David Duke, Louisiana legislator and former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. So is tennis lady Martina Navratilova....

Fortune: Shark repellentupdated: Mon May 09 1988 00:01:00

Harvey Mackay, chief executive and sole owner of Mackay Envelope Corp. in Minneapolis, has good news for unrepentant self-improvers: You are not finished yet. Sure, you won friends and influenced p...

Fortune: What's the point?updated: Mon Nov 23 1987 00:01:00

The producer and director of last year's Academy Award-winning Vietnam epic, Platoon, can cite two painful lessons from their experience with that movie: Never stage a land war in Asia, and never a...

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