Jamal Joseph's indie has a strong sense of its place, characters and their codes of conduct, which helps elevate his superficially standard-issue tale
The battle over SAG-AFTRA’s funds held in trust has escalated in the wake of Ed Asner’s lawsuit alleging misconduct over how the union handles over $100 million of such monies. The long-running…
SAG-AFTRA’s national board has decided by a narrow margin against adopting a proposed new logo for the performers union — for now. The new logo, presented Saturday by union staff during the all-day…
SAG-AFTRA presidential candidate Esai Morales is starring with Loretta Devine and Salli Richardson in indie high school drama "Teachers," with Gary Wheeler directing.
Alec Baldwin has endorsed Ken Howard for the SAG-AFTRA presidency along with the United Screen Actors Nationwide slate in New York as campaigning heats up for the union’s first election. Ron Perlman…
Following a stellar year for Swedish documentaries, with titles like Malik Bendjelloul's "Searching for Sugar Man" and Fredrik Gertten's "Big Boys Gone Bananas!*" gaining international attention, the…
Innovative online marketing helped fuel 'Ted'
"Grave Encounters 2" sends a new crew of intrepid filmmakers to the shuttered asylum of the first film, trying to find out if what their predecessors shot was real or faked. No one but the characters…
TOKYO -- Japan's film industry org UniJapan has announced a certificate program giving international co-productions access to up to $640,000 of government coin.
This portrait of a middle-aged femme missionary is a bit more accessible than its predecessor, if any film that features masturbation with a crucifix could be called accessible.
Having wrapped his English-language debut "Stoker" for Fox Searchlight, South Korean helmer Chan-wook Park ("Oldboy") is in talks to direct S. Craig Zahler's Black List oater "The Brigands of…