In a way, Holly Hunter's path to film stardom was written by the Coen brothers, and, as such, it's a bit convoluted. It goes like this: Playwright Beth Henley gave the actress her first big break…
For anyone who found "Life is Beautiful's" attempt to wring slapstick humor out of death camps distasteful, "Swimming in Auschwitz" offers a welcome corrective.
Back in 1994, upstart hip-hop imprint Bad Boy Entertainment scored an early hit with rapper Craig Mack's single "Flava in Ya Ear," but it was the subsequent remix that truly turned heads.
"Dare Not Walk Alone" zeros in on a single, lesser-known chapter of the civil rights movement and its continuing aftershocks on a local community.
"I've written songs for so many years that it's basically become a bodily function. There's nothing glamorous about it whatsoever."
Water pollution is the subject of docu "Water," yet Exxon Valdez merits nary a mention. The culprit here, rather, is "spiritual" water pollution, a dubious notion defined by a procession of…
Only in Hollywood could recent Harvard grads be considered a disadvantaged group. But indeed, while such film school powerhouses as USC, UCLA, NYU and the U. of Texas have extensive alumni networks…
Ben Mittleman turns the camera on himself in advance of his open-heart surgery to make "Dying to Live."
These days, selling a film like "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" might not seem too great a challenge. Film it, and they will come.
Exhibition exec Ellis Jacob is on a roll -- and has rolled with the sector's punches over the years.