May's best bets in the arts and entertainment.
At the Florida Film Festival, Glenn Close and Jon Voight talk about heroes, villains and what makes a film a classic.
Jeff Chase plays two roles in the new Star Trek film. But the roles aren’t as big as the actor who plays them.
No Central Floridian of any species is more beloved than MICKEY MOUSE. He’s an icon of fun, a symbol of all-American moxie and a goodwill ambassador for the Orlando area. Mickey came up the hard way, in the early days of the movie business, eventually conquering television, theme parks and other fields. Through it all, he’s never lost the spunk or humility that help to make him a star. For “In Their Own Words,” we’ve interviewed many movers and shakers but never Mickey Mouse (perhaps due to the stigma that being “fictional” once carried). So on the occasion of his 80th birthday—which the Disney company calculates from the premiere of his first short, Steamboat Willie, on November 18, 1928—we’ve asked our favorite mouse to reflect on his storied career.
When he’s not forecasting the weather on FOX 35, Jim Van Fleet is singing in The Reign.
The actress can’t contain herself in her role as a brand spokeswoman.
A new book explores the wild-and-woolly early years of Florida filmmaking—and why they ended.
Is this the year an award-winning local rock group releases a hit? Just maybe.