"Sherman's March" helmer Ross McElwee makes another witty, thoughtful and illuminating visit to his Southern roots in "Bright Leaves." A rewardingly personal docu, this warmly engaging feature has a…
U.K. women's channel LivingTV has acquired the rights to the 55th Primetime Emmy Awards.
Backstage tale of an all-male Shakespearean troupe shot through with envy, jealousy and unrequited love, "Valentin" mirrors its comic-tragic dilemmas in rehearsed scenes from the Bard's works. Pic's…
Restrained, intelligent and utterly absorbing, "The Pentagon Papers" is the rare historical drama that sticks to the facts.
Lousy slots, limited time, prejudice: Some show-runners say these are reasons why their skeins, though popular with viewers, have yet to catch the loving eyes of Emmy voters.
From the treelined streets of Greenwich, Conn., to a desolate Auschwitz concentration camp, Showtime's original pictures go global, entering territory most mainstream feature films avoid.
So what if the pay's less? Working in telepics obviously appeals to some bigscreen stars who are used to earning bigger paychecks.
"Door to Door" is the kind of movie that, in lesser hands, might have made viewers cringe. Based on the true story of a man with cerebral palsy who overcame great odds and prejudice to succeed as a…
As a kid growing up in corn country, I was blissfully unaware of the "Hollywood magic" that went into making a show. Over two decades later as the creator and executive producer of "The Shield," I…
Life was not always rosy during the heyday of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. In CBS' "Martin & Lewis," Jeremy Northam and Sean Hayes portray the pair as having incredible chemistry on stage but a real…
As Yogi Berra said, "It's deja vu all over again." President Bush sending troops into war against Saddam Hussein. While HBO's "Live From Baghdad" focused on the CNN crew that ended up having…