Amy Adams, who can be seen onscreen in "Trouble With the Curve," and "The Master," admires Holly Hunter's work in "Miss Firecracker," and "The Piano."
Ava DuVernay, writer-director and Sundance festival winner for “Middle of Nowhere,” is happy to avoid the industry and make the movies she wants.
Jenn Harris, currently starring in the indie film "Gayby," talks about Off-Broadway smash "Silence! The Musical," why she cries, and just how hot filming sex scenes can get.
Tim Grierson also reviews “Seven Psychopaths,” “Sinister,” “Smashed,” and “Middle of Nowhere.”
Mary Elizabeth Winstead makes a stunning turn in “Smashed,” hitting theaters Oct. 12 after acclaimed runs at the Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals.
Rylance chatted with Backstage about the experience filming on a creepy set, her own fear of horror films, and why doing what you love is the most important thing.
Flap over indie hit’s awards eligibility turns spotlight on union rules.
The Venice Biennale introduces the Biennale College – Cinema to support micro-budget filmmakers, in conjunction with the Venice International Film Festival. The deadline is Oct. 22.
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.
It's been quite a year for Paul Rudd. First we saw him in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," and now he's starring in Broadway's "Grace." Let's take a look back at some of Rudd's most memorable roles.