No one can accuse Haynes of not breaking the mold when it comes to the all-too-predictable pop biopic. In his underground Karen Carpenter film "Superstar," he used Barbie dolls to paint an unsettling…
After sharpening their blades with a pair of featherweight comedies, the Coens return to the brand of coal-black comedy perfected in "Fargo" and the noir-shadowed West Texas world of "Blood Simple."
With "Lust, Caution" Lee delves into a little-known aspect of WWII: the underground resistance in Japanese-occupied Shanghai. But the helmer has an uncanny talent for making the epic intimate and…
Since his 1985 debut with "Pee-wee's Big Adventure," Burton has directed a dozen films, but "Sweeney Todd" marks his first musical. Burton saw the musical the year it was staged in London in 1980. He…
Mangold has been gearing up to remake "3:10 to Yuma" his entire career. First seeing the 1957 Delmer Daves original in a classroom while he was a teaching assistant for director-turned-professor…
Film Independent announced Tuesday that it would be expanding its staff to better serve its programs, including the Los Angeles Film Festival and the Spirit Awards.
The Ann Arbor Film Festival and the ACLU have announced that they've settled their federal lawsuit against the state of Michigan.
Screen Gems has set David Anspaugh to direct basketball drama "Phenom," which will star singer-actor Chris Brown.
Edward Norton is set to play dual roles in "Leaves of Grass," a comedic thriller to be directed in spring by Tim Blake Nelson, who wrote the script and will also act in the film.
Film scholar and historian Jan-Christopher Horak has been named director of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.