The daughter of showbiz royalty, French actress Gainsbourg is little known to American audiences (she played a brief role in "21 Grams"), but Todd Haynes' "I'm Not There" should change that.
After art school in New York, Sydney-born helmer Gillespie worked in commercials before tackling his first feature film. Unfortunately, that pic, "Mr. Woodcock," got mired in reshoots when…
Riggen broke out as a major talent earlier this year after a bidding war at Sundance for her independently produced feature debut "Under the Same Moon."
The Independent Spirit winner for cinematography with 2004's "The Motorcycle Diaries," Gautier now courts Oscar accolades with his man-for-all-seasons presentation of "Into the Wild."
A funny thing happened on the way to Broadway. Actually, not so funny. When it tried out in Seattle over summer, Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein" had most of the elements in place to suggest a…
A blockbuster that makes you think? What's the world coming to? It's coming fast and fierce through Greengrass, who followed 2006's penetrating "United 93" with his second run at the filmed tales of…
Film critic Leonard Maltin has been tapped for the Caucus of Television Producers, Writers and Directors' journalism award.
The producers of "Heroes" were initially rather smug about not repeating the missteps "Lost" ostensibly made, but they're discovering that keeping a heavily serialized, massive-ensemble sci-fi drama…
If the indie movie "Once" can trace its phenomenon status to one moment, it's when the guitar-playing Hansard sits down alongside pianist Marketa Irglova to tease out "Falling Slowly."
Both sides in the writers strike proclaim they're eager to get back to the negotiating table -- until you read the fine print.