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Bruce Beresford set to direct Ladies in Black

Academy Award® nominated director Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant, Puberty Blues, Tender Mercies, Driving Miss Daisy) will bring to life Madeleine St John’s 1993 best-selling Australian novel The Women in Black after securing major production investment funding from Screen Australia. 360 more words


Movie Review #15: "Driving Miss Daisy"

I’ve always been a fan of both Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman. Their work is exceptional and in this film their performance is outstanding. I never tire of watching it and as I grow older, I feel more emotionally involved with the characters. 104 more words

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Great Performances: "Driving Miss Daisy" (2013) - reviewed by George

This TV version of the Alfred Uhry play, which was broadcast a few months ago on PBS, is my first exposure to the piece. I have not seen the film, nor have I ever seen a production of the play. 390 more words


Guide for Movie Review #15: "Driving Miss Daisy"

Two excellent actors, Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman, displaying their talents in this Oscar for Best Picture of 1989.

Whose character was the stronger one? Who came across as difficult? 48 more words

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~Quotable!~ Morgan Freeman

“You’re going to relegate my history to a month.”

“I don’t want a Black History Month. Black history is American history.”

“When I was a teenager, I began to settle into school because I’d discovered the extracurricular activities that interested me: music and theater.” 126 more words


Our Favorite Southern Movies

We are deep in the throes of award season, so that’s got us thinking about movies — specifically, our favorite Southern movies. The South is rich with stories and its diverse landscape makes the perfect backdrop for a whole plethora of narratives. 858 more words


New Jewish Theatre's "Driving Miss Daisy" is Compellingly Staged

Driving Miss Daisy
by Alfred Uhry
Directed by Sydnie Grosberg Ronga
New Jewish Theatre
December 4 2016

Driving Miss Daisy is one of those plays that has become so well-known for its film version that it may become difficult to abandoned preconceived notions when going to see the stage version.   653 more words

St Louis Theatre