"Slumdog Millionaire" continued its winning ways Sunday night as the American Society of Cinematographers awarded the film's d.p., Anthony Dod Mantle, its feature film prize at the 23rd annual ASC…
In a time when American politics have taken centerstage and the sense of change and renewal represented by Barack Obama's presidency looms large, American talent and themes emerged victorious when…
Despite being such an embattled and seemingly divisive figure, SAG prexy Alan Rosenberg hasn't lost his sense of humor. Given the controversies, large and small, that seem to continue unabated on his…
Before the spring of 1926, F. Scott Fitzgerald had traveled extensively abroad, written several plays, three collections of short stories and three novels, including "The Great Gatsby" -- not bad for…
Starting out as a young recruit who attended boot camp under Roger Corman ("Grand Theft Auto") and working his way up the studio ranks into light comedy ("Night Shift"), romance ("Splash") and family…
With independent distributors closing up shop and many countries reavaluating their criteria for film subsidies, all the talk at festivals and symposia seems to be about how to get pics off the…
Anyone who's seen "In Bruges," set within an hour's drive of Ghent, might get a sense of the city's almost otherworldly medieval beauty.
With "Revolutionary Road," director Sam Mendes returns to the suburban milieu of quiet desperation that earned him an Oscar for "American Beauty."
With few exceptions, such as "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Driving Miss Daisy," movie adaptations of Pulitzer Prize-winning plays more often than not invite unfavorable comparisons with their…