The conflict of a divided soul — personal, political and national — sears onstage in A.R.T.'s sprawling, heady and thoroughly gripping drama "All the Way," starring Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") as…
The story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong gets exhaustive and penetrating documentary treatment in Alex Gibney's latest.
Charles Gillibert's Paris-based CG Cinema has boarded "Eden," from French director Mia Hansen-Love. Spanning over the last two decades, the drama chronicles the rise and fall of one of the DJs who…
Reading some of the overheated coverage of “Breaking Bad” as the series builds toward its finale brings to mind an old Spanish teacher, who chided students for putting the emphAHsis on the wrong…
The war between Hollywood’s two largest talent agencies has truly become a street fight. Sources confirmed Tuesday that WME was responsible for placing a smattering of posters and at least one…
"Carlos" helmer Olivier Assayas is set to shoot his first film in the U.S. — "Hubris," an action-packed crime thriller set against the backdrop of organized crime in Chicago in the 1970s.
Although it boasts no Palme d'Or contenders, Russia, one of Eastern Europe's fastest-rising film industries, is out in force in Cannes. Russia launched the sixth edition of its Pavilion at the mart…
Seeking to put a twist on the typical close-to-the-vest development process the entertainment business has made standard practice, Amazon has given its massive user base access to samples of content…
A feisty if dramatically lacking portrait of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Gravitas Ventures has acquired three raucous Slamdance films: Steven Feinartz's documentary "The Bitter Buddha," Michael Urie's comedy "He's Way More Famous Than You" and Peter Baxter's documentary…