Robert Carlyle’s hard-drinking former rocker turned farm worker is an entertaining presence, but the movie containing him spends too much time spinning its wheels.
The Hollywood Film Awards announced this year's recipients of the Hollywood Spotlight Award.
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.
Director of “Dear White People” talks about his process from viral Twitter handle to concept trailer through to winning the Breakthrough Talent award at Sundance.
Screen Grab columnist Tim Grierson also reviews “Hotel Transylvania,” “Won’t Back Down,” “Pitch Perfect,” and “The Other Dream Team.”
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.
The Hollywood of the South continues to lure talent and productions from across the country, as the 20 finalists for the Louisiana Film Prize Festival were announced in Shreveport, La.
This horror film starring Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers starts off smart and scary before deteriorating into just another slice of schlock.
Casting director Sarah Finn reveals how she found actors to bring a fresh spin to the new "Godzilla" through creative collaboration with the producers and director, Gareth Edwards.
Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Charlotte Rampling, Sigourney Weaver, and Alfre Woodard are this year's SAG Award nominees for Female Actor In a Television Movie or Miniseries. Learn more about them and their shows in the slideshow.