Both star Ralph Fiennes and Jonathan Kent's production of Sophocles' classic tragedy "Oedipus" are at their considerable best when they try least hard to be monumental.
Paul Mazursky and his frequent collaborator, production sound mixer Dennis Maitland, have been tapped for lifetime achievement awards by the Cinema Audio Society.
Star value isn't what it used to be. In defense of movie stars -- yes, Hollywood still needs them. But the opening of the Ridley Scott-directed thriller "Body of Lies" provides a vivid reminder that…
The film biz enters uncharted territory this weekend as Lionsgate unspools Oliver Stone's George Bush biopic "W." in 2,030 theaters across the country.
Pairing Arthur Miller's probing social realism with Brit director Simon McBurney's multidisciplinary experimental approach was a gamble, but the payoff in "All My Sons" is considerable.
Say, hypothetically, you're an American producer who wants to make a biopic of that quintessential English poet Sir John Betjeman, and your temperamental director won't listen to your brilliant idea…
Adapting a beloved book for the bigscreen is never an easy task. At the Variety screening of "The Secret Life of Bees," producers Lauren Shuler Donner and Joe Pichirallo, director Gina…
The Grammy Awards are taking their nominations to primetime, quite possibly at the expense of news coverage.
After last week's star-studded Los Angeles screening, Lionsgate brought Oliver Stone's "W." to Gotham on Tuesday for yet another VIP-loaded event.
Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Jonathan Rhys Meyers will be feted by the U.S.-Ireland Alliance at "Oscar Wilde: Honoring the Irish in Film" party on Feb. 19.
The line-up of finalists for the 12th Annual Hollywood Film Fest and nominees for the Hollywood Movie of the Year Award were announced on Wednesday.