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.
Secret Agent Man wonders why his people aren’t better represented on the big screen—but admits that Ari Gold is a pretty accurate portrayal when it comes to Hollywood agents.
Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman, and Lizzy Caplan talk guerrilla filmmaking, drag, and “3, 2, 1…Frankie Go Boom”
Young Backstage member Nolan Gross enjoyed his “greatest summer ever” after he was cast in director Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” with Russell Crowe, Logan Lerman, and Emma Watson.
Lianne Halfon and Russell Smith, founders of production company Mr. Mudd, give their take on the casting process, auditions, and inspiration.
Plus, Kim Basinger, Demian Bichir, Martin Landau, and Virginia Madsen have joined the casts of new film projects.
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.
Tim Grierson also reviews "The Paperboy," "Wuthering Heights," "V/H/S," and "The House I Live In."