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Rob Marshall (born October 17, 1960) is an American theater director, film director and choreographer. He is a six-time Tony Award nominee, Academy Award nominee, Golden Globe nominee and four-time Emmy winner whose most noted work is the 2002 Academy Award Best Picture winner Chicago.
Marshall was born in Madison, Wisconsin and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He debuted in the film industry with the Emmy Award-wining TV adaptation of the musical Annie by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin. After that he went on to direct the much anticipated adaptation of the Kander and Ebb musical Chicago in 2002 for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director. His next feature film was the drama Memoirs of a Geisha based on the best-selling book of the same name by Arthur Golden starring Zhang Ziyi, Gong Li, Michelle Yeoh and Ken Watanabe. The film went on to win three Academy Awards and gross $162,242,962 ... Show more...
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When the silent cinema learned to speak, the audience was surprised not only by the voices of the actors and the sound effects, but also by a new element, the music, which, combined with the dance and an unprejudiced imagination, gave rise to a new genre, as important to Hollywood cinema as the western was: the musical. A journey through the history of this genre, from its beginnings to the present day.
Runtime: 45 min.
Directed by: Éric Bitoun
Today's top musical stars, including Paula Abdul, Usher and Glee's Matthew Morrison, reveal why this iconic musical continues to influence and inspire musical performers around the world.
Runtime: 50 min.
The history of Hollywood musical movies, from the very beginning until the 21st century, hosted by Shirley Jones.
Runtime: 111 min.
Directed by: Mark McLaughlin
Going behind the curtain to capture the most controversial, passionate, risky and high-profile Broadway season in decades.
Runtime: 102 min.
Directed by: Dori Berinstein