"They are as different as New York and L.A.," longtime independent producer, Ted Hope says of rival indie kufofests -- IFP's Gotham Independent Film Awards and Film Independent's Los Angeles-based…
Great work involves high risk. Several of the year's most lauded filmmakers and creatives talk about the big challenges in the movies they made -- and what kept them up at night, until they got it…
Sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy have produced 12 hit collections since launching Rodarte in 2005, and their gowns have been worn by actresses including Keira Knightley, Kirsten Dunst, Tilda Swinton…
Having a child doesn't typically entail a career and paycheck boost unless you happen to be Sheila Callaghan.
Before making headlines for being tapped to adapt Sony's all-CGI animated 3-D feature, "Popeye," Mike Jones wrote the headlines.
When British tycoon Richard Branson first approached Jason Felts and Justin Berfield about running his new Los Angeles-based film and television development, packaging and production company, Virgin…
"As odd as it may sound, I really enjoy working with my family," Roman Coppola says.
Going into Sundance in January, Gary Gilbert and Jordan Horowitz of Gilbert Films knew they would leave as film fest villains or heroes.
New Yorkers made sure to vote early Tuesday. No one wanted to lose their coveted, highly sought-after seats to Fox Searchlight's "127 Hours" premiere.
With Tony Blair finally in his rear-view mirror, Britannia Awards Artist of the Year Michael Sheen is ready to show audiences that he has more up his sleeve than spot-on depictions of real people.