Most Voted Titles With Tony Kushner
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1. Lincoln (2012)
PG-13 | 150 min | Biography, Drama, History
As the Civil War continues to rage, America's president struggles with continuing carnage on the battlefield as he fights with many inside his own cabinet on the decision to emancipate the slaves.
2. Munich (2005)
R | 164 min | Drama, History, Thriller
Based on the true story of the Black September aftermath, about the five men chosen to eliminate the ones responsible for that fateful day.
3. Still Alice (2014)
PG-13 | 101 min | Drama
A linguistics professor and her family find their bonds tested when she is diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease.
4. The Colbert Report (2005–2014)
TV-14 | 30 min | Comedy, News, Talk-Show
Satirical newscaster Stephen Colbert provides humorous commentary on the big issues going on in the United States and the rest of the world, with his larger-than-life ego and overly-patriotic spirit along with him every step of the way.
5. Angels in America (2003 TV Mini-Series)
TV-MA | 352 min | Drama, Fantasy
Playwright Tony Kushner adapts his political epic about the AIDS crisis during the mid-eighties, around a group of separate but connected individuals.
6. Birds of America (2008)
R | 85 min | Comedy, Drama
A regular guy struggles with a repressive home and professional life, as well as making amends for the trouble his free-spirited brother and sister cause about town.
7. The Oscars (2013 TV Special)
TV-14 | 215 min
Seth MacFarlane hosts the Acadamy Awards.
Writers: Leslie Dixon, Jon Macks, Matt Roberts, Jesse Joyce, Seth MacFarlane, Billy Martin, Patrick Meighan, Julius Sharpe, Danny Smith, Alec Sulkin, John Viener | Director: Don Mischer | Stars: Seth MacFarlane, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jennifer Lawrence, Daniel Radcliffe
9. The Great New Wonderful (2005)
R | 87 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
The Great New Wonderful weaves five stories against the backdrop of an anxious and uncertain post-9-11 New York City.
11. 70th Golden Globe Awards (2013 TV Special)
Live from the star-filled International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel... our hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (who clearly did not coordinate their outfits). Tina: "Tonight we honor ... See full synopsis »
Angels in America (2003– )
Part 1 Millennium Approaches
TV-MA | 66 min | Drama, Fantasy
Louis abandons a hospitalized Prior; Joe and Roy confide in each other over drinks. Later, Prior hears voices from his hospital bed while Louis solicits sex from strangers, and Joe makes a drunken confession to his mother.
14. ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway (2007)
PG | 102 min | Documentary
Going behind the curtain to capture the most controversial, passionate, risky and high-profile Broadway season in decades.
15. Making the Boys (2011)
Not Rated | 90 min | Documentary, Biography, History
On the eve of the 40th anniversary of the Gay Rights Movement, the film explores the drama, struggle and enduring legacy of the first-ever gay play and subsequent Hollywood movie to ... See full summary »
Angels in America (2003– )
Part 2 Perestroika
TV-MA | 64 min | Drama, Fantasy
A fight with Joe leaves Louis badly scarred; Roy plays a final practical joke on Ethel; Prior wrestles the Angel and then addresses a review board in Heaven; Harper heads out West; Prior, ... See full summary »
23. National Theatre Live: 50 Years on Stage (2013 TV Movie)
Royal National Theatre celebrates 50 years.
Writers: Alan Ayckbourn, Alan Bennett, Howard Brenton, George Farquhar, David Hare, Tony Kushner, Harold Pinter, Peter Shaffer, William Shakespeare, Tom Stoppard | Stars: Roger Allam, Jonathan Bailey, Alan Bennett, Howard Brenton
98 min | Documentary
A documentary on the personal and political life of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, Tony Kushner. The film begins in 2001, when Kushner was mounting the production of his play "Homebody/Kabul" and runs through 2004, as he worked on John Kerry's presidential campaign, got married to Mark Harris, worked with Maurice Sendak, and opened the Broadway musical "Caroline, or Change."
The American Experience (1988– )
Eugene O'Neill: A Documentary Film
The life and career of American playwright Eugene O'Neill.
33. Munich: The Experience (2006 Video)
27 min | Documentary, Short
This making-of documentary for the film Munich (2005) is a shortened version of what appears on the second disc of the out-of-print Collector's Edition DVD. Bundled together with the 1-disc... See full summary »
37. Operation Lysistrata (2006)
85 min | Documentary
In January 2003, two women in New York City, Kathryn Blume and Sharron Bower, thought to organize readings of the ancient Greek play by Aristophanes, Lysistrata, as a protest against the ... See full summary »
41. Stagestruck: Gay Theatre in the 20th Century (2000)
140 min | Documentary
Chronicles of gay men and the theatre in the 20th century. From Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward through Terrence Rattigan and Tennesee Williams and on to Edward Albee, Joe Orton, Tony Kushner, and Larry Kramer.
The American Experience (1988– )
New York: Part V - Cosmopolis
Episode five tells the African-American experience and the birth of the new media industries.
43. The Troupe (2004)
"Ta'ziyeh" is an indigenous form of theater in Iran (also called "passion plays") that until now has never been to America. The Troupe is a documentary about a Ta'ziyeh troupe's journey ... See full summary »
The Colbert Report (2005–2014)
TV-14 | Comedy, News, Talk-Show
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner talks about writing the screenplay for the upcoming film "Lincoln."
45. The Journey to Lincoln (2013 Video)
9 min | Documentary, Short
The cast and crew of Lincoln (2012) discuss how and why the film was conceived, with emphasis on the choice to narrow its focus to the passage of the 13th Amendment in the U.S. House of Representatives in early 1865.
49. Spotlight on Broadway (2013– )
Spotlight on Broadway is a multimedia project of the City of New York's Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment to celebrate the unique, indelible legacy of Broadway and its forty theaters.... See full summary »