The HFPA introduced its new board of directors and presented more than $1.2 million in grants to 40 non-profits and cultural institutions.
Onscreen in Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” Fillion reveals how he perfectly portrays the gloriously dumb.
Delving into the African war machine that turns innocent children into murdering soldiers is not an easy topic to digest, despite expert direction and a pair of steely young actors.
Beginning Oct. 15, screenwriters can pay a fee to upload their screenplays to the Black List and receive feedback from professional script readers.
Casting directors Mary Vernieu and Venus Kanani share how the cast of "The Giver" worked hard for their roles.
This year’s Chicago International Film Festival premieres a slew of retrospectives and buzzworthy hits such as “Wild,” “Dear White People,” and “Birdman.”
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.
After memorable roles in "Two and a Half Men," "Heavenly Creatures," "Ever After," and more, Melanie Lynskey is earning the best reviews of her career for her performance in the new film "Hello I Must Be Going."
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.