Barry Rothbart may be a funny guy, but he's not joking when he says he auditioned for Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" three times before realizing who the director was.
A year ago, Brent Morin was reliving the horrors of high school as part of his New Faces set at the Just for Laughs festival. Things are definitely looking up for the comic.
Police guitarist Andy Summers' recording studio, located just a block from the ocean, is housed in an airy, multilevel building with a storied history. Once home to artist Jean-Michel Basquiat ("You…
Accepting a lifetime achievement award at Karlovy Vary doesn't mean Oliver Stone is now resting on his laurels. "On the contrary, it's spurring me on creatively," says the director.
Blame it on the moon; after Olympia Dukakis won the Oscar as Cher's tough, sardonic mother in the 1987 romantic comedy "Moonstruck," she became both a household name and Hollywood's go-to actress for…
In crafting stories of rebels and rejects, toon storytellers stay kid-relevant
A lonely canoe drifts and slowly disappears into the limitless ocean under a foreboding sky.
If daunting physical conditions served as an impediment to Dean Semler, he wouldn't have much of a career. But this sturdy, versatile cinematographer -- characterized by an ageless enthusiasm and an…
It's not surprising to learn that Adam Sikora started off wanting to "be a painter and then a photographer" before focusing on the moving image.
Chung-hoon Chung, who was born in 1970 in Seoul, South Korea, started out as a child actor and cinephiles everywhere can be thankful that he turned out to be "a horrible one -- really bad."