Writer/director PJ Hogan talks about finding and working with actors for his new film "Mental."
Seed&Spark has teamed up with Big Vision Empty Wallet (BVEW), an online community of artists, and Film Independent to offer a reduced rate on crowd-funding and distribution for indie films.
The fight to lure film and television productions to the South has escalated, with Texas allocating $95 million over two years to its tax incentive program.
Tara Ariano, co-editor of Previously.TV, selects Hackman’s performance as Royal Tenenbaum as one of the greatest she’s ever seen.
The star of Francesca Gregorini's disturbing, mesmerizing "Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes" chats with backstage about staying underwater for 28 seconds, putting on an American accent, and being excited to work on a great script.
"Una Noche," "War Witch," "The World Before Her," and "Wavumba" take home top prizes in the 11th annual Tribeca Film Festival's juried world competitions.
Screen Grab columnist Tim Grierson also reviews “Hotel Transylvania,” “Won’t Back Down,” “Pitch Perfect,” and “The Other Dream Team.”
Ewan McGregor has won acclaim playing everything from a junkie to a Jedi, but there’s one role he’s never really tackled on film: a father.
The new “Made in NY” Media Employee Training Program will award up to $500,000 in grants for small businesses to grow and train employees in the media and entertainment industries.
When his novel “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” was published in 1999, Stephen Chbosky intended to adapt it into a film. Thirteen years later, he is seeing his dream realized with Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller, and Emma Watson in starring roles. Chbosky spoke with Backstage about finding his leads.