Tiffany Little Canfield of Telsey + Company chats about working with writer-director J. C. Chandor to find talent that could really shine, including Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, and David Oyelowo.
"Amour" is a quiet, tender story about elderly couple Georges (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and Anne (Emmanuelle Riva), retired music teachers who are still deeply in love.
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.
The civil suit launched by Huong Hoang against IMDb’s parent company Amazon goes to court in Seattle April 8
Beginning Oct. 15, screenwriters can pay a fee to upload their screenplays to the Black List and receive feedback from professional script readers.
"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.
Bringing the epic musical to the big screen took a quarter of a century. They should have waited another 25.
Darrien Michele Gipson, a producer and former VP of development at Def Pictures, combines her producing experience with union contract knowledge as she leads the SAGIndie team in championing independent filmmakers.
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.
Onscreen in Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” Fillion reveals how he perfectly portrays the gloriously dumb.