Since MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe and prexy Tom Anderson co-founded the site in 2003, online social networking has grown phenomenally popular.
When he was a teenager, his family summered in the Adirondacks where he spent endless hours watching films and reading. That's when Jeff Skoll first fell in love with storytelling.
Thirty-five years ago, Michael Douglas was in the home stretch of the event that would jumpstart a new career: "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was about to start shooting.
The PGA states that its Stanley Kramer Award honors films that "dramatically illuminate provocative social issues." This year's recipient, Gus Van Sant's "Milk," produced by Dan Jinks and Bruce…
IFC Films acquired U.S. distribution rights to the tongue-in-cheek Nazi zombie comedy "Dead Snow" at the Sundance Film Festival Wednesday.