The great thrill of this glossy, sexy, pervy thriller—starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, and Nicole Kidman—is in recalling the clues dropped on the way, along with those lingering close-ups of material possessions that practically amount to commercials.
In “Rust and Bone,” Cotillard plays Stephanie, an orca trainer who loses her legs in a tragic accident.
Longtime film critic Leonard Maltin, whose “Leonard Maltin's 2013 Movie Guide” has just been published, speaks to Backstage about his new book, writing bad reviews, and changing his opinion.
"30 Rock," "The Bang Theory," "Glee," "Modern Family," "Nurse Jackie," and "The Office" are this year's SAG Award nominees for Ensemble in a Comedy Series. Learn more about them in the slideshow.
New York Women in Film & Television's board of directors announces the election of Alexis Alexanian as its president; five new board members also elected.
Nonprofit arts organization Fractured Atlas is expanding its online marketplaces to help independent filmmakers find the studios and stages they need to make a movie.
Assembly Member Felipe Fuentes’ bill adding two years to the California Film & Television Tax Credit Program passed unanimously through two Senate committees.
Dogfish Pictures founder James Belfer and COO Michelle Soffen have founded Dogfish Accelerator, a three-month program geared to training would-be film producers in how to get their filmmaking ducks in a row.
His interest in the early ’90s indie film movement led him to enroll in a two-month course at the New York Film Academy.
We take a look at our favorite holiday films of all time.