2012 was a busy year for producer Louie, who worked on five different films, including critically acclaimed indie "California Solo," but she's long proved her adaptability and innovation.
Long feted in his native Quebec, Ken Scott is now setting his sights on Hollywood.
After 12 years of working as a corporate headhunter, Bill Dubuque was ready for a change.
"I am a big proponent of laughter, and I really believe that laughter can heal," says Noreen Fraser, founder of the Noreen Fraser Foundation and its signature charity event, Variety's Power of Comedy…
Although his success on the standup circuit has moved him away from improvisational comedy, Rory Scovel has hardly abandoned the on-the-spot spontaneity of his roots. Instead, the Los Angeles-based…
While his career has taken on increased visibility with his new gig as host of IFC's mock-game show Bunk, the indefatigable young comedian Kurt Braunohler is keeping it real.
Writer-director Jeff Nichols and star Michael Shannon may have gotten most of the attention for the hallucinatory Sundance darling "Take Shelter," but it's unlikely the pic would have been realized…
"I somehow connect to that incredibly misguided ship captain," explains Benh Zeitlin, referencing both Captain Ahab, who figures directly as a puppet in the filmmaker's 2005 8-minute stop-motion…