With "Here Comes the Boom" coming to theaters Oct. 12, we thought we'd take a look at Hollywood's coolest teachers.
Film critics Bilge Ebiri, Nick Pinkerton, and Keith Uhlich will join the NYFCC this year.
If "Hitchcock" relies too much on famous people impersonating other famous people, there's nonetheless a redeeming core of cinephilia at work.
Andrew Dominik’s last movie, 2007’s “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” was an elegiac deconstruction of the Western. His latest, “Killing Them Softly,” takes the same approach to the gangster film. There’s violence aplenty, but once again Dominik is fascinated by something far ...
The French actor, writer, and director of "Polisse" on working with children and nonprofessional actors, writing under pressure, and growing up on screen.
"Inside Llewyn Davis" took home the Gotham Award for Best Feature, while "Fruitvale Station" scored two awards of its own.
'Lincoln' leads with 10 nominations but Spielberg is left out
Although set in a low-income neighborhood’s drug world, this powerful film starring Common lays bare the universal despair when childhood dreams are shattered.
What starts off as a political “Michael Clayton” quickly devolves into a touchy-feely underdog movie with all of the style and attention to detail of a TV movie.
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."