Shakespeare is a revered linguistic master—so much so that centuries later, his stories are still being told on stages and screens across the world.
Director Walter Salles was so convinced Stewart would be perfect in his adaptation of “On the Road,” she didn’t even have to audition.
Penn Badgley talks about the musical and acting challenges of playing Jeff Buckley in "Greetings from Tim Buckley" and shares tips on staying true in your acting.
Lauren stars as actor Val Lauren in James Franco's meta look at filmmaking and sexuality, inspired by Al Pacino's "Cruising."
"Fill the Void" star Hadas Yaron shares the story her journey from the Israeli army to a coffee shop to winning Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival.
Working with Judd Apatow on both “Knocked Up” and his current film, “This Is 40,” was thrilling. People often ask me if it was all improvised. Here’s a look at how Judd works.
The 12th annual TFF runs April 17-28, 2013, in NYC. Submissions open Sept. 17 for feature films, shorts, and a new category for transmedia projects.
Rising star Logan Lerman talks about his upcoming films "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and "Writers," and his history at the Toronto Film Festival.
After nearly a decade in development, Yann Martel’s best-selling novel “Life of Pi” finally comes to theaters Nov. 21, and director Ang Lee’s 3-D film adaptation is receiving praise for its lush cinematography, special effects, and CG creations.
Jim Sturgess’ oodles of charm can’t save this sci-fi flick, which starts out promising before inverting into epic ridiculousness.