Stories from Movies

President-elect Trump took to Twitter on Monday, calling Meryl Streep 'one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood' following her speech Sunday night at the Golden Globe awards. But that is pretty far from the truth.
Awards are set to be handed out at the 74th annual Golden Globes, where speeches about Donald Trump and wins for the Los Angeles musical 'La La Land' look like the night's surest things.
When August Wilson’s widow first toured the set for the new movie based on his play “Fences,” she carefully examined the modest two-story brick house, the small yard and the tree where a ball hung from a rope — and she wept.
Take a look at more than two dozen books, movies and TV shows that have used Sonoma County as a part of the story.
'La La Land' honors and modernizes the screen musical to such joyful effect that you might find yourself pirouetting home from the multiplex.
'Manchester by the Sea' emerged Wednesday with the most nominations from the Screen Actors Guild, including best ensemble cast, best actor for Casey Affleck and best supporting performances for Michelle Williams and Lucas Hedges.
'La La Land' earned the best picture prize at the Critics Choice Awards, which kicked off awards show season a bit earlier than usual Sunday night.
'La La Land' sang and danced its way to a leading seven Golden Globes nominations, with Barry Jenkins' celebrated coming-of-age tale 'Moonlight' on its heels with six nods.
Sonoma County residents who see James Franco's latest film 'Burn Country' will recognize some familiar places, and even a few familiar faces among the actors.
The Tocchinis have been in the forefront of Sonoma County theater ownership for more than 92 years, ever since the silent movie era.