Melvin Van Peebles came to Hollywood in the 1950s to make films and was offered a job as an elevator operator instead. So he went to Europe to study astronomy only to have the stars lead him back to…
The real problem with independent films isn't so much making them -- although that can still be challenging -- it's finding distribution," says Stephen Gyllenhaal, director of "Paris Trout" and…
Curtis Hanson first confronted the fragility of film when he was only 19 and working as the editor, writer and photographer for Cinema magazine.
Whether it's the endless wheat fields in "Witness," or the high seas in the upcoming "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World," Peter Weir excels at giving his movies a sense of place.
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts/Los Angeles is making sure that history is properly recorded.
Unlike its more competitive and political brethren, the Hollywood Movie Awards is a simple celebration of filmmaking.
The 1988 Emmy Awards belonged to the baby boomers. ABC bookends "The Wonder Years" and "thirtysomething" won comedy and drama, respectively. In the former, an older narrator reminisced on growing up…
While many television networks are hush hush about their campaigns, behind-the-scenes the Emmy chase is going strong.