Few stars can boast the consistency of Denzel Washington.
There's a telling moment in "Little Children" when Kate Winslet's character Sarah Pierce, trapped in a loveless marriage and enmeshed in a messy affair, relates to Madame Bovary during a book club…
Martin Campbell, being honored tonight at tonight's BAFTA/LA Britannia ceremony with the John Schlesinger Award for excellence in directing, remembers having second thoughts when Barbara Broccoli and…
As BAFTA/LA fetes "Four Weddings and a Funeral" and "Notting Hill" screenwriter Richard Curtis for his conscience, he'll also have an African detective and British pirate radio in his conscious.
It might seem odd that a guy from Detroit and one from Brooklyn would leave such an indelible mark on the global cinematic landscape.
The Tribeca Film Festival is staffing up with the addition of former Weinstein Co. veep of acquisitions Genna Terranova as senior programmer.
Twenty years of growth for the Los Angeles arm of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts have only whetted the org's appetite to make a big impression Stateside.
Red Envelope Entertainment, the original content division of online DVD rental outfit Netflix, has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Dan Cox's documentary "Running With Arnold," a questioning…
When you're programming a Los Angeles-based film festival, certain obligations come with the territory -- showcasing Hollywood talent, of course (see "Lions for Lambs"), selecting films that make…
The Latin proverb "art is the concealing of art" applies to no one more than it does Laura Linney. Her pitch-perfect sense of how a character fits into the greater scheme of a film (or play or TV…