Robert Altman was a legend behind the camera, but the Oscar-nominated icon behind such classics as “Nashville” and “McCabe & Mrs. Miller” dominates the screen in a new documentary devoted to his life…
In "Altman," a who's-who of collaborators and acolytes pay homage to the late Hollywood maverick, but director Ron Mann lets Altman himself do most of the talking.
Talk to actors who have worked with Paul Mazursky and the words "generous," "affectionate," "giving," "hands-on," "funny" and "smart" are liberally summoned without seeming obsequious. It's partly…
Virgil Films has acquired U.S. rights to horror film “Foreclosure,” starring Michael Imperioli, and plans a first-quarter release theatrically and on VOD. The deal was announced at the Toronto Film…
For every trouble-making actor who can't keep his sex tapes off TMZ, there's a fixer. For every high-powered producer with a former child star as his girlfriend, there's a fixer. Or at least that's…
Irregularly spiked with some droll sitcom-style humor, this thoughtful but exceedingly modest miniature will be best nursed within the festival circuit.
A clever conceit that ultimately resolves itself along overly smooth, therapeutic lines.
"The Caller" follows a corporate exec who, having blown the whistle on the deadly practices of his company, stage-manages his own inevitable wipeout.
Pic continues the breezy good times of the first two series entries without missing a beat.
The Screen Actors Guild has announced that all 10 candidates in the invalidated national elections for three offices have agreed to run again.
Elliott Gould has launched a run for national recording secretary of the Screen Actors Guild.
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