Joe Penhall reckons he didn't really crack screenwriting until he adapted Cormac McCarthy's novel "The Road" for director John Hillcoat.
Screenwriting is the third career for Paul Webb, the 60-year-old British rookie whose scripts about Martin Luther King and the Russian oligarchs have got Hollywood buzzing.
Sienna Miller will star opposite Russell Crowe in "Nottingham," Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment's revisionist take on the Robin Hood tale.
Cologne, Germany will host the judging for the semi-finalists of this year's Intl. Emmy Award on June 26.
It takes guts to open a repertory theater at a time when Netflix, Blu-ray and digital downloads seem to have audiences pinned to their couches. But for Cinefamily head programmer Hadrian Belove…
Today's 12-24 millennial moviegoing demo has probably never seen an episode of the late '60's Mel Brooks-Buck Henry spy spoof TV series "Get Smart." That hasn't stopped Warner Bros. from fashioning…
Settling in for its third year in Westwood Village, the Los Angeles Film Festival can now be seen to have largely succeeded in its experiment to relocate the festival to one of the city's most…
A four-way emotional collision is scrutinized in "The Edge of Love."
A Russian opera singer undergoes a strange transformation after her son disappears without a trace during a visit to her hometown in helmer Kirill Serebrennikov's sophomore feature "Yuri's Day."
Can true love exist between a circle and a square? That's the question at the heart of Pixar's "WALL•E," at least as far as the designers behind the animated robot romance are concerned.
Keira Knightley and Sienna Miller posed on the battlements of Edinburgh Castle and then walked up the red carpet to give the 62nd Edinburgh Film Festival its splashiest opening night in many years.