Since President Obama eased tensions with Cuba late last year, the film community in the island nation has been optimistic, if cautiously so, about striking new relationships with its counterpart in…
Three years ago, to much fanfare, the Academy expanded the best picture category from five noms to a possible 10. Few seemed to notice that the Academy has been nominating 10 films in screenwriting…
Family has always been an integral part of American movies, whether a seemingly idyllic family in "It's a Wonderful Life," or one literally coming apart at the seams in "Ordinary People," or a…
Watching a movie is a little like going out on a date. A good first impression is very important, then if you can get through dinner without too many awkward silences, you might just have it made…
If actors secretly dream about directing, what do studio executives dream about between myriad meetings, countless call returns and endless emails? J
Before there was "Rocky," before "Rambo," before Sylvester Stallone became the larger-than-life American action hero, there was a young man who dreamed of making movies his way.
Growing up in India, Ashok Amritraj harbored two passions -- movies and tennis.
Before Hollywood seduced Ashok Amritraj into the business of entertainment, the transcontinental producer was himself an entertainer with a fierce backhand.
Children's movies have always had something for adults, but the rule has always been "kids first."
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