Joe Swanberg, Rebecca Thomas, Brandon Cronenberg, and Antonio Campos are among the up-and-coming filmmakers whose work will be featured at the festival, which runs Nov. 1-8 in Hollywood.
Torturous father-son relationships involving Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper drag on for two-and-a-half hours of overly emphatic filmmaking and forced storytelling.
This week brings us Film For All Friday, when Tribeca Film Fest venues open their doors for free screenings of 35 films on the TFF 2014 slate; Mikhail Baryshnikov is the “Man in a Case” at Santa Monica’s Broad Stage; “Pointe,” a book about a professional dancer, has just ...
JohnnyPowell Productions is currently seeking extras for the feature film, “Desperate Losers.”
Terrence Malick delivers a swooning, sad drama about how hard it is to make love last.
Stephanie Holbrook talks about casting actors such as Jennifer Aniston in roles you wouldn't expect to see them in for Daniel Schechter's "Life of Crime."
Leslye Headland, writer-director of “Bachelorette,” swears she’s not sick of talking about “Bridesmaids.”
Ava DuVernay, writer-director and Sundance festival winner for “Middle of Nowhere,” is happy to avoid the industry and make the movies she wants.
The Academy has released a new poster by Olly Moss celebrating every best picture winner since 1927.
The Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting will allow permits on a “case-by-case basis” for productions shooting at exterior locations in New York City.