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Room Number: Where to Stay During the Tokyo Film Festival

18 October 2013 11:02 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

In her column Room Number, travel expert Melissa Schwartz of Destination Happiness -- whose client roster ranges from Wme agent superstars to Wall Street titans -- reveals her favorite room in a different location on the entertainment industry travel circuit. The room of choice in Tokyo, where the Tokyo International Film Festival kicked off Thursday, is the very generous 800-square-foot Executive Suite Room 1708 in the Palace Hotel Tokyo (1-1-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda). In a city where space itself is an extravagant luxury, this suite overlooks the regal gardens of the Imperial Palace, making it quite possibly like no

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- Melissa Schwartz

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Holden Has Two 'Wild' Movies Tonight

21 August 2013 6:56 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

William Holden movies: ‘The Bridge on the River KwaiWilliam Holden is Turner Classic Movies’ "Summer Under the Stars" featured actor today, August 21, 2013. Throughout the day, TCM has been showing several William Holden movies made at Columbia, though his work at Paramount (e.g., I Wanted Wings, Dear Ruth, Streets of Laredo, Dear Wife) remains mostly off-limits. Right now, TCM is presenting David Lean’s 1957 Best Picture Academy Award winner and all-around blockbuster The Bridge on the River Kwai, the Anglo-American production that turned Lean into filmdom’s brainier Cecil B. DeMille. Until then a director of mostly small-scale dramas, Lean (quite literally) widened the scope of his movies with the widescreen-formatted Southeast Asian-set World War II drama, which clocks in at 161 minutes. Even though William Holden was The Bridge on the River Kwai‘s big box-office draw, the film actually belongs to Alec Guinness’ Pow British commander and to »

- Andre Soares

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Top Ten 1950s

19 March 2013 5:14 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

This will be the last top ten off the top of my head whole decade thingies for a bit -- we need to get to real articles but I've been swamped off blog. But these discussions are fun, don't you agree? The 1950s were the first film decade I was obsessed with in that when I was first becoming interested in cinema in the mid 80s, the 50s somehow came to signify Mythic Classic Hollywood to me, though cinema obviously stretched much much further back. So I guess I'll always be kind of attached to this decade when the movies got literally bigger (I do so prefer rectangulars to squares) and the era's stars really defined (at least for me) the concept of "Movie Star". I mean it's hard to argue with Liz, Brando, Clift, Dean, Monroe in all caps.

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- NATHANIEL R

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