When we first launched HuffPost Divorce in 2010, we featured a series called "Divorce Aphorisms of the Day." The series -- just like the section itself -- was the brainchild of the late Nora Ephron, a woman whose wit and wisdom on...Show More Summary
On July 21, 1989, 26 years ago today, Nora Ephron brought us "When Harry Met Sally" and everyone spilled out of the theater, electrified. Nora had just created the first modern romantic comedy that had us talking about the most famous...Show More Summary
Nora Ephron created rom-com gold with beloved films like "When Harry Met Sally..." and "Sleepless in Seattle," but according to Parker Posey, the offscreen part of working with the late director was an equally unique experience. "She...Show More Summary
The zeitgeist seeped through the tight seals of our Lubavitcher home in the form of Judy and Nora and Gloria
Almost exactly three years ago, I read that Nora Ephron died. I had just moved the farthest I'd ever been from my family and friends, and started law school a few weeks earlier. Life was changing, but I always expected Nora to be there...Show More Summary
"When you slip on a banana peel, people laugh at you. But when you tell people you slipped on a banana peel, it's your laugh," the late Nora Ephron once wrote, neatly summing up the power of self-deprecating comedy.
“When you slip on a banana peel, people laugh at you. But when you tell people you slipped on a banana peel, it's your laugh,” the late Nora Ephron once wrote, neatly summing up the power of self-deprecating comedy.
Legendary writer Nora Ephron would have turned 74 on May 19. The author, screenwriter and director died in June 2012, leaving behind a wealth of beloved work, including "When Harry Met Sally," "Sleepless in Seattle" and multiple memoirs. She also served as the editor-at-large of Huffington Post Divorce. Show More Summary
Tuesday, May 19, would have been the late Nora Ephron's birthday. Although she scribed and directed many romantic classics, "You've Got Mail" has remained particularly relevant thanks in part to the boom in Internet dating and the modern...Show More Summary
On May 19th, Nora Ephron would have turned 74. The author, screenwriter and director, best known for films like "When Harry Met Sally," "You've Got Mail" and "Sleepless In Seattle," died in June 2012, leaving behind a collection of beautiful...Show More Summary
Last Saturday morning, cup of coffee in hand, I attended a screening during the Tribeca Film Festival of the new movie Meadowland, a domestic drama starring Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson. The movie, which will be in theaters later this year, focuses on a married couple facing the loss of child, a son who went missing over a year earlier.
This year, we’ll be covering the Tribeca Film Festival with a special focus on the Nora Ephron Prize, and looking at the talented female filmmakers who are eligible. Not only will we be attempting to see most of their films (as many as possible during a pretty busy festival), but we will also feature a number of interviews with some of the candidates.
In 2013, the Tribeca Film Festival Nora Ephron Prize was given to Meera Menon, the co-writer/director of Farah Goes Bang, an American comedy about three recent college graduates who join the John Kerry campaign in 2004. Starring Kandis...Show More Summary
How to live life "on fire with the same force that made the stars: love, fellowship, the mystical oneness of all things deep down."
Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim. – Nora Ephron The post Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the… appeared first on Lifehack.
A brilliant, elegant, hilarious woman at the top of her creative powers since forever—since before I used to proofread her Esquire column back in the early ’70s.
In celebration of love and You've Got Mail, Vanity Fair gathered a team from the movie to discuss Nora Ephron, her writing, and her taste. For one thing, she hated blue, she hated blue so much she forbid it from appearing in her movies:Dianne Dreyer (associate producer): Nora as I say, all within her specific... More »
Well, well, they're both writers now, and everyone's mind is valuable no matter what's in it, or whatever the all-flattening faux-populist ontological miasma is whispering in our ears these days. Anyway, a tiny troll who lives underShow More Summary
(Photo by Christopher Taylor) I have recently fallen in love with the turtleneck. It's a fairly new relationship, inspired by Nora Ephron. It elongates my neck, keeps me warm and has a simple elegance to it. It's a perfect winter staple...Show More Summary
Nora Ephron's movie Julie & Julia is based on a book by Julie Powell about her making every recipe in Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Some genius took the movie and cut all the Julie parts out of it, leaving just a...Show More Summary