"'On the Road' was birthed three blocks from where we stand tonight," helmer Walter Salles said at Thursday's preem of IFC's movie version.
Harvey Weinstein introduced Quentin Tarantino at the Dec. 12 preem of the Weinstein Co.'s "Django Unchained," calling the helmer "a brother, a son and a great friend."
“I was absolutely struck by the simplicity of following this one family's experience. And that moved me to tears,” said Ewan McGregor about the first time he read the script for Summit's “The…
"Please have your hankies ready," Alan Cumming told the crowd Monday night before the screening of "Any Day Now" at Landmark Theater in Gotham. In the Music Box Films pic, Cumming plays a drag queen…
It was all tears and laughter as the cast of U's "Les Miserables" gathered for a celebratory Sunday-night dinner at Porter House New York.
If there's anyone you want a thumbs-up approval from on a movie about sex therapy, it's Dr. Ruth Westheimer, who hijacked the mic at the end of the "The Sessions" preem at Dolby 88 Screening Room in…
The 11th annual Elton John Aids Foundation gala on Monday quickly turned into a Stevie Knicks concert. "I've got my big hat with the feather. I've got my tambourine. I've got my wind machine. I've…
It's always hard to tease out a common theme in a film festival, even one as tightly curated as the New York Film Festival, which ended its 50th edition on Sunday.
The night of Oct. 10 was filled with blood and gut-busting laughter when CBS Films' "Seven Psychopaths" preemed at Gotham's Chelsea Clearview Cinemas.
"It's OK to laugh," writer-director James Ponsoldt told the crowd at MoMA Thursday night. "Not all movies about alcoholism are deadly serious and this is one of them."