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Plant recast as film studio

The state’s nascent film industry is about to grow as a vacant manufacturing plant in Stratford is bought by Dogstar Studios.

On a roll

The Connecticut Film Center is creating a $20 million studio in Stamford.

Shakespeare has arrived


Faces and Places features photos from the latest events in the region. Click on a photo to expand and read description of who is who.

Biographer focuses on preserving personal heritage

An Heirloom Biography is an investment in keeping your story out there, whether personal or business in nature.

Movie festival is a hit

The 2009 Connecticut Film Festival came to a close on June 7in Danbury, with the city pleased with a festival that continues to grow in scope.

Film festival has grown to a phenomenon in five years

The fifth year of the Connecticut Film Festival came to a close this past weekend in Danbury expecting its largest influx of people yet.

Full house or bust

Summer theater owners watch patiently to see if the economy will affect audience size this season.

Marc J. Straus: Life and death in stanza form

Westchester oncologist Dr. Marc J. Straus has taken his talent and passion for poetry to the stage.

Marc J. Straus: Life and death in stanza form

Westchester oncologist Dr. Marc J. Straus has taken his talent and passion for poetry to the stage.

Film festival shines light on mental illness

The latest installment in The Connecticut Film Festival’s series of films spotlighting social and mental health issues is the new documentary, ‘No Kidding, Me Too’ by actor and Wilton resident Joey Pantoliano.

Marquee school

In high school, the movie theater used to be the place you went to play hooky.

John Grissmer

John Grissmer, with a history in theater, books and movies, has for years found another outlet for his creative energies: helping the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra continue to raise its curtain.

Gerry Harrington

You don’t have to be religious to get into the spirit. That’s the concept behind “Movies with Spirit,” started in 2006 by Gerry Harrington, who wanted to bring spirituality – without being “religious” – to the Hudson Valley community at large.

Multiplex sequel

National Amusements, the Dedham, Mass.-based company that owns the Cross County Multiplex Cinemas in Yonkers, plans to keep that 10-screen theater open when it debuts a new 12-screen multiplex in the Ridge Hill complex now under construction a couple of miles north.