The WGA Awards will be held this Sunday, Feb. 17, with ceremonies on the East and West Coasts honoring writers.
This year, the Emmy nominations offered an embarrassment of riches with many Academy Award winners earning nods. We look at the Oscar-winning actors who graced the small screen this year.
The writer-director returns to the big screen with 'Charles Swan III'
Legislation that saved us from falling over the “fiscal cliff” also extended federal tax credits for film and TV productions, but for how long?
The Hollywood of the South continues to lure talent and productions from across the country, as the 20 finalists for the Louisiana Film Prize Festival were announced in Shreveport, La.
A second look at the year in film shines a light on some of the great movies and casts that got lost in the shuffle, including "Mud" and "What Maisie Knew."
The film and TV production industry spent more than $7 billion in NYC in 2011 and employs 130,000 New Yorkers, according to a new economic study.
In honor of "Anna Karenina" hitting theaters on Friday, we look back on some of our favorite period pieces, many of which star Knightley, a favorite face of past eras.
Elegant and chilly, "Mama" does almost as much right (primarily a wary Chastain as a reluctant mother) as it does wrong--such as a feral child gnawing on paper towels.
Mark Blankenship on why Bening's portrayal of Julia Lambert might be one of her finest film performances ever.