Netflix may not have presented at this summer's Television Critics Assn. tour, but its presence was felt nonetheless.
It felt strange not having Mike Darnell at a Fox press tour session. Yet the legacy of the one-time reality guru — and the issues left unresolved since the network announced his departure — lingered…
James Gandolfini will forever be defined by Tony Soprano, a fact that scarcely diminished his work on the bigscreen and stage.
“Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher,” a book by Timothy Egan about the quest of photog Edward Curtis to document Native American tribes in the early 20th century, has nabbed the Chautauqua Prize…
With tickets and hotel rooms sold out for San Diego Comic-Con this summer, a closer alternative -- produced by the same organizers of SDCC -- is taking place in Anaheim today through Sunday.
Henry Selick has revived stop-motion project "The Shadow King," bringing on "Beasts of the Southern Wild" producer Josh Penn and taking the project to the European Film Market in Berlin.
It's not surprising to learn that Adam Sikora started off wanting to "be a painter and then a photographer" before focusing on the moving image.
A slow burn leads to a powerful payoff at the denouement of Czech period drama "In the Shadow," which intriguingly brings a film-noir sensibility to a time of great political tension.
The dean of helmers, 103-year-old Portuguese maestro Manoel de Oliveira, adds another striking entry to his ever-lengthening filmography with "Gebo and the Shadow."
The drama of a young mother's act of betrayal during the last days of the Irish Troubles comes together with measured intelligence and artfully apportioned suspense in "Shadow Dancer."
Not even "The Shadow" knows his next home.