In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting has put a halt on film permits issued for exterior shoots at least through Nov. 2.
As Director of Physical Production at USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Wallenstein supervises more than 2000 student films each year.
If you follow critics on social media, you may notice that when they attend film festivals, they’ll talk about the movies they’re seeing and their first impressions right after a screening.
This hit-or-miss magician comedy goes a long way on the strength of lead Steve Carell, its ensemble, and the warmth of its spirit.
The movie, starring Brittany Snow and Jeffrey Combs and featuring the world's worst dinner party, falls somewhere on the spectrum between torture porn and psychological horror—and somewhat mysteriously works.
The stars of Summit Entertainment’s “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” spoke to us at an after party co-sponsored by Backstage following the world premiere of the film on Sept. 8 at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Tim Grierson reviews "The Queen of Versailles," "Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai," and "The Well Digger's Daughter."
This German knock-off of Hollywood romcoms stays charming thanks to an eminently likable cast led by director and star Matthias Schweighöfer.
Dressed as a “Downton Abbey” sibling, this period drama is both pricklier and more disappointingly tame, thanks to a bland turn from Felicity Jones.
The lovely Eva Mendes graces our March 28 cover! Here's a little sneak peek of the cover story, where Mendes talks about her latest film, "The Place Beyond the Pines."