With a heavy heart and even heavier hand, Stephen Daldry addresses the tragedy of 9/11 through the experience of a boy struggling to accept the death of his father.
Our senior film critics opine about blown embargoes, dodgy ethics and how journos and studios want it both ways
American and European auteurs cross the Pond for cinematic inspiration
Variety has announced its 10 Directors to Watch list, representing up-and-coming helmers whose early work suggests promising careers ahead.
Jonah Hill ranks somewhere between Christopher Walken and Gary Busey on the list of Hollywood character actors you might trust to spend an evening watching your kids.
Two years ago, the Academy's then-prexy Sid Ganis admitted, "I would not be telling you the truth if I said the words 'Dark Knight' did not come up," after announcing the org's decision to expand the…
"Young Adult" revels in breaking the rules of safe Hollywood storytelling.
John Lasseter will receive the Albert R. Broccoli Award for Worldwide Contribution to Filmed Entertainment at the Britannia Awards.
The Oscars may be America's preeminent film awards, but there's one category in which the Golden Globes have them beat: foreign-language cinema.
In attempting to make his first film for all ages, Martin Scorsese has fashioned one for the ages.
Saturday's night of standup features appearances by 18 top comedy personalities who use humor to bring attention to a serious cause