Joan Rivers blasted the Writers Guild of America in her first public comment about the threat of being expelled over her work on E! Network’s “Fashion Police.” “This is such a bunch of bullshit,”…
Usually, one is well advised to be wary of TV's micro portraits devised to illustrate macro trends. Yet "Two American Families" is such a potent treatise on the U.S.' struggling middle class — as…
Social activist Grace Lee Boggs is the sort of feisty, irresistible camera subject that will lend this lively and intelligent documentary a decent fest profile.
Katey Sagal has more than 30 years of experience in Hollywood, but when she was up for a role on "Lost," she had to audition. "It was a big deal to get this little arc," recalls the actress, who…
Drafthouse Films and Films We Like have jointly acquired North American rights to Robin Wright-starrer “The Congress,” three weeks after it opened Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival…
Linus Sandgren studied film in his native Stockholm, where his early professional work met with high praise -- he became the youngest cinematographer ever honored with the Swedish Film Institute's…
PRAGUE -- Poland's third American Film Festival will host six U.S. indie pics at its works-in-progress session, including Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker."
"American Horror Story" is a stab (heh heh), from "Glee's" Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, at recycling jump-out-at-you conventions, which in its own way displays excesses similar to later seasons of…
Near-limitless access to San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom's office -- one of the filmmakers is his brother-in-law -- makes "Pursuit of Equality" a valuable behind-the-scenes chronicle of what may…