Before the Sundance Film Festival, Brit Marling had been butting up against the challenges facing any young actress.
It takes a lot to scare a film critic. We've seen too much; we know nearly all the tricks. So when a horror movie comes along and demonstrates a new way to unsettle, it's not something to be taken…
Young thesps populated Variety's fifth annual Power of Youth bash Oct. 22.
A fascinating philosophical conceit delivered as a slick, hyper-stylized conspiracy yarn, juicy enough to deliver on both fronts, provided you don't ask too many questions.
Young thesps eager for a brush with celebrity came away with something more at Variety's fifth annual Power of Youth bash: a role model.
The consistently amusing "Puss in Boots" should appease audiences and shareholders alike as the swashbuckling cat leaves his prints all over the fall box office.
Like the kids themselves, youth casting is getting tech savvy: auditions recorded by digital camera, submitted by via email or Vimeo, followed by callbacks over Skype.
Imagine "Boys Don't Cry" with 10-year-olds. In "Tomboy," a girl uses the opportunity of her family's recent move to reinvent herself as a boy to her new group of friends.
For the Pixar honcho, good management entails recognizing talent, encouraging passion and giving everyone a voice
Pixar celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. How well do you know the toon studio's history? Here's a crash course to the company's first quarter century -- by the letter.