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To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the American Folklife Center and its congressional mandate to “preserve and present American folklife,” the American Folklife Center is inviting people to share photos of their own folklife traditions. Do you prepare a family […]

Do you miss “Mad Men?” Would you like to to own Peggy’s typewriter, Megan’s china, Betty’s engagement ring, or Don’s watch? Maybe his office liquor tray? Or a script signed by the cast? Whether you’re looking for some mid-century swank […]

#LOOKCLOSER CAMPAIGN Now live! #LookCloser encourages fans to reveal riddles & clues planted in the film’s promo materials, under the guise that The Eye (the film’s magical secret society) has put them there to test & recruit new members. For […]

TCM and Bonhams are conducting a sale of Disney animation treasures from the collection of Ted and Dawn Hopkins. It features cels from classics like “Fantasia,” “Snow White,” and “Pinocchio.” This is a chance to own a piece of movie […]

I love the Padcasters! They make it possible to turn any iPad into a full-scale professional-quality film studio. Be sure to check out their latest on Kickstarter, which will do the same for an iPhone!

Leo, Raph, Donnie and Mikey are offering fans a chance to enjoy their secret lair in New York City while they’re out fighting Shredder and gearing up for their next big screen adventure, Paramount Pictures’ and Nickelodeon Movies’ “Teenage Mutant […]

Turner Classic Movies has a cool new club called the TCM Backlot. They call it the ultimate fan club for everyone who loves Turner Classic Movies. The TCM Backlot is your ticket to go behind the scenes, attend private gatherings, […]

The most-requested photo in the history of the National Archives has inspired a movie, Elvis & Nixon, about the improbable but true meeting of two of the most iconic figures of the 20th century. And I have some prizes to […]

TIME has a terrific list of Netflix hacks to make sure you are getting the most out of the streaming service. Most useful — adjusting streaming rate to get rid of the annoying buffer pauses. Sneakiest: erasing your history.

“Finding Dory” writer/director Andrew Staunton says that we’ve been missing the ultimate Pixar secret hiding in every one of their movies.

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