re: Michelle Williams
Mar 6, 2013
The 11-year-old Bronzeville native has a voice that sounds decades older than she is. People are starting to listen.
by Anne Ford
Music Feature, Ina Carter, Bronzeville, Mae Ya Carter Ryan, Mae Ya Ta'Nell Carter Ryan, voice, singing, WGN, CBS 2 Chicago, WCIU, Chicago Music Awards, Illinois Presidential Inaugural Celebration, Adele, Chicago Has Talent, Wade's World Foundation, Dwyane Wade, Michelle Williams, Destiny's Child, talent, vocal maturity, Whitney Houston, DuSable Museum, Chicago Theatre, Dinah Washington, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simone, Jade Maze, American Idol, music industry, intuitive musicality, Judy Garland, Bruce Thompson, Isaac Hayes, 24-Carat Black, Ralph Jones, Mahalia Jackson, music schools, Harvey, Illinois, Merit School of Music, Video
Jul 3, 2012
The writer-director of
Away From Her explores another troubled marriage with Take This Waltz
by J.R. Jones
Movie Review, Sarah Polley, Michelle Williams, Seth Rogaen, Luke Kirby, Gordon Pinsent, Julie Christie, Alice Munro, Canada, Alzheimer's, Sarah Silverman, regret
Oct 12, 2011
Michelle Williams stars as Marilyn Monroe in this British drama, screening as part of the Chicago International Film Festival.
by J.R. Jones
Film, Colin Clark, Marilyn Monroe, Laurence Olivier, The Prince and the Showgirl, Michelle Williams, Simon Curtis, Eddie Redmayne, Emma Watson, Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Julia Ormond, Vivien Leigh, Chicago International Film Festival, Adrian Hodges, film festivals, movies, Video
Jan 7, 2011
Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling's disintegrating marriage in "Blue Valentine" was too raw for the MPAA until distributor Harvey Weinstein intervened. It opens Friday 1/7.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Film, Blue Valentine, Michelle Williams, Ryan Gosling, Derek Cianfrance, MPAA, Harvey Weinstein, NC-17, oral sex, Black Swan, Natalie Portman, divorce, Video
Dec 30, 2009
Surveying the 2009 best- (and worst- ) dressed lists.
by Heather Kenny
Style, best dressed, best of, 2009, style.com, M.I.A., Emma Watson, Huffington Post, Michelle Obama, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Michelle Williams, Marie Claire, Robin Givhan, Ikram Goldman
Apr 10, 2009
The New York Times critic appears this weekend at KAM Isaiah Israel in Hyde Park. Also this week: Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Tokyo Sonata" opens at Music Box; So Yong Kim's "Treeless Mountain" closes the Asian American Showcase; and Kelly Reichardt's "Wendy and Lucy" makes a curtain call at Facets.
by J.R. Jones
Film, Movies, New York Times, Gene Siskel Film Center, Music Box, Paul Dano, Facets Cinematheque, Wendy and Lucy, Kelly Reichardt, Michelle Williams, A.O. Scott, Asian American Showcase, Michael Chabon, So Yong Kim, Treeless Mountain, KAM Isaiah Israel, holocaust movies, Claude MIller, A.O. Scott Chicago, A.O. Scott KAM Isaiah Israel, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Tokyo Sonata, Sarah Waters, Sarah Waters Affinity, Fast & Furious, Zooey Deschanel, John Goodman, Ed Asner, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, Observe and Report, Seth Rogen, Paris 36, Christophe Barratier, Repo! The Genetic Opera, Video
Sep 8, 2008
At the Toronto film festival, Kelly Reichardt presents her heart-rending indie drama Wendy and Lucy.