"What They Had" finds welcome humor in a tragic setting                Glenn Close, Hugh Jackman and Director Damien Chazelle to Receive Hollywood Film Awards                Ben Foster continues a hot streak with “Galveston”                Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan have captured brilliance with "Wildlife"                Amandla Stenberg, John David Washington, Yalitza Aparicio, Felix Van Groeningen & Crazy Rich Asians To Receive Hollywood Film Awards                David Gordon Green puts his stamp on "Halloween" and crafts a terrific sequel                "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" deliciously pairs Richard E. Grant with Melissa McCarthy                "22 July" sees Paul Greengrass effectively depict another tragic historical event                Timothée Chalamet and Rachel Weisz to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards                Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet are gunning for awards with "Beautiful Boy"                "Bad Times At The El Royale" is overstuffed yet pulpy fun from Drew Goddard                87 films will contend for Best Foreign Language Feature this year                "First Man" is another stunning achievement for Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling                Updated Academy Award predictions for early October                Bradley Cooper makes a stunning directorial debut with the Oscar frontrunner "A Star Is Born"        

Pics: Stanley Donen & Mike Nichols at Tribute

ScottFeinberg.com: Last week, I posted a piece about the legendary director Stanley Donen, 86, to whom the Film Society of Lincoln Center is paying tribute over the next week, featuring audio clips from my recent interview with Donen as well as video clips of the most memorable song-and-dance numbers that he has overseen over the course of his eight decades in the business: Gene Kelly dancing with his alter-ego in “Cover Girl” (1944); Kelly dancing with Jerry the Mouse in “Anchors Aweigh” (1945); Kelly, Frank Sinatra, and Jules Munschin in the opening number of “On the Town” (1949); Fred Astaire dancing on the walls and ceiling in “Royal Wedding” (1951); Kelly singin’ in the rain in “Singin’ in the Rain” (1952); Howard Keel & Co. barn dance in “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” (1954); and Kelly dancing on rollerskates in “It’s Always Fair Weather” (1955).

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