Having seen "Les Misérables" on stage six times, including everything form the original Broadway show to a local high school production, and the movie a total of eight, Backstage's Film & TV Editor Jenelle Riley takes a stab at who was best in each role.
The Brooklyn Academy of Music has promoted Gabriele Caroti to the new position of director of BAMcinématek.
Five tips aimed to keep the experienced and newbie festival goer alike safe and sane.
2012 Sundance favorite “Beasts of the Southern Wild” stormed the Academy Award nominations, even as other Sundance faves—“Middle of Nowhere,” John Hawkes in “The Sessions”—were left out in the cold.
Travel to Sundance is not for the weak of heart, so here are some tips to weather the storm.
John Cooper, director of the Sundance Film Festival since 2009 and part of the Sundance programming team for more than 20 years, explains how actors and filmmakers can make the most of it.
Lynn Shelton and Rosemarie DeWitt dive into the snow again this year after screening “Your Sister’s Sister” at the festival in 2012.
We're gearing up for Sundance! Here are five of the films premiering at this year's festival that we can't wait to see.
Although set in a low-income neighborhood’s drug world, this powerful film starring Common lays bare the universal despair when childhood dreams are shattered.
Michael Urie talks about making his directing dreams a reality with "He's Way More Famous Than You," which premieres at Slamdance.