Translating Zoe Heller's novel "Notes on a Scandal" onto the bigscreen was "phenomenally difficult," says theater vet Eyre.
Gibson's latest film has drawn debate about its dark, violent content as well as head-scratching about its box office and awards season prospects.
One of the more restless directors this side of Steven Soderbergh, Cuaron has found success working at many budget levels and genres, from studio franchises to indie road movies.
On a normal shoot, the director can yell "cut" and repeat each scene until it's absolutely perfect. With "Borat," the movie depended on Sacha Baron Cohen staying in character at all times. "The…
It's somewhat ironic that Martin Scorsese's most admired film in years happens to be based on a popular Hong Kong action-thriller and set in Boston.
Oscar-directing nominees in 2006 included two newbie narrative theatrical feature helmers in Bennett Miller, for "Capote," and Paul Haggis, for picture winner "Crash." This season's crop of first…
"The Devil Wears Prada" burst into the summer like a fall couture show: fresh, hot and original. And who better to lead the tale of a neophyte fighting through the deadly serious and catty world of…
After surging to the top ranks of filmmakers with three lauded book adaptations in a row -- "The English Patient," which won him an Oscar, "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Cold Mountain" -- Anthony…
"Pan's Labyrinth" represents as fully realized and uncompromised a director's vision as audiences will see all year, boasting a parallel wonderland original enough to make Tim Burton or Terry Gilliam…
Well-traveled Oz filmmaker Noyce, the man behind "Dead Calm," "The Quiet American" and "Rabbit-Proof Fence," turned his gaze on South Africa with his latest pic, "Catch a Fire."