The Brooklyn Academy of Music has promoted Gabriele Caroti to the new position of director of BAMcinématek.
With "Here Comes the Boom" coming to theaters Oct. 12, we thought we'd take a look at Hollywood's coolest teachers.
As he begins rehearsals for "Harvey" on Broadway, actor Rich Sommer opens up about planning his post-"Mad Men" career and being too honest on Twitter.
If this fish-out-of-water comedy, directed by Daniel Hsia and starring Daniel Henney, never fulfills the promise of its clever premise, it is nonetheless the announcement of a director and a leading man to watch.
New reports from the Sundance Institute and San Diego State University’s Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film show that indie film can be more welcoming to women than Hollywood.
See the full list of competitive dramatic and documentary films from the U.S. and abroad honored at this year's Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony, hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Andrew Dominik’s last movie, 2007’s “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” was an elegiac deconstruction of the Western. His latest, “Killing Them Softly,” takes the same approach to the gangster film. There’s violence aplenty, but once again Dominik is fascinated by something far ...
From Alan Arkin in "Argo" to Robert De Niro in "Silver Linings Playbook" to Tommy Lee Jones in "Lincoln," Backstage takes a look at the potential awards contenders this year.
The star of "Amélie" talks about working with first-time directors David and Stéphane Foenkinos in "Delicacy."
A family of abandoned Hitler Youth, portrayed by an impressively fearless cast of child actors, go on the run after the Allies take over Germany, only to face firsthand the grim realities of their countrymen’s crimes.