SANTA MONICA, CA - FEBRUARY 21: (L-R) Honorees Michael R. Burns, Vice Chairman of Lions Gate Entertainment's Board of Directors, make-up artist Michele Burke, Trina Vargo, President of the US-Ireland Alliance and actor Colin Farrell attend the 8th Annual 'Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish In Film' Pre-Academy Awards Event at Bad Robot on February 21, 2013 in Santa Monica, California.
I’m going to get in trouble, but I’ll just tell you ... He’s not just gay. He doesn’t just like men. He is like Oscar Wilde gay, like Lord Byron gay. That kind of crazy, incredibly flamboyant gay.More quotes »
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Book buff’s Wilde accusation
the real Earnest please step up? A Soho man claims that he has owned a rare first edition of Oscar Wilde’s play “The Importance of Being Earnest” for nearly 30 years, but that his attempt to auction it failed after a British man declared the book stolen, according 5/18/13 from New York Post Read more »
2013 Summer Arts Preview: Santa Fe Opera goes "Oscar Wilde," Central City heads east, and more Colorado opera
event. The Santa Fe Opera takes the lead once again premiering composer Theodore Morrison's exploration into the life of Oscar Wilde. Countertenor David Daniels sings the big role, with Dwayne Croft as his pal Walt Whitman and Heidi Stober as Ada Leverson. from Denver Post Read more »
Do women even know what exactly they are fighting for?
Wilde once said, “Women are made to be loved, not understood.” I think the dude was just lazy. I mean they can be quite a handful. What I need to digest though, is their understanding of emancipation. Women have managed to make themselves noticeable victims from Daily Monitor Read more »
Cannes Film Festival Critical Wrap-Up: Day 2
the Academy Award-winning “A Separation,” British filmmaker Clio Barnard ’s “The Selfish Giant,” loosely based on a story by Oscar Wilde , and Chinese director Jia Zhangke’ s “A Touch of Sin.” The response from critics has been divisive, as always, but so from ArtInfo Read more »
If we ignore the problem of cloning, we will sink into a more violent depravity
Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray is the sort of timeless morality tale students read as an antidote, or at least an objection, to the hedonism that seems to follow naturally from youthful ideas about immortality. The story is familiar to many: Dorian Gray from The New Advent Read more »