Most recently in Lynn Shelton’s “Touchy Feely,” Delmore discusses her training at Western Washington University.
Despite a quarterly increase, film and television production continues to lag behind historical averages in California at a rate that should "anger" residents, according to Paul Audley, president of FilmL.A.
As Director of Physical Production at USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Wallenstein supervises more than 2000 student films each year.
Ava DuVernay, writer-director and Sundance festival winner for “Middle of Nowhere,” is happy to avoid the industry and make the movies she wants.
We look back on our favorite Lindsay Lohan roles and the ones we wish never happened.
From Jennifer Lawrence in "Silver Linings Playbook" to Marion Cotillard in "Rust and Bone" to Keira Knightly in "Anna Karenina," Backstage takes a look at the stand-out leading female performances of the year.
Tim Grierson also reviews ‘The Sessions,’ ‘Nobody Walks,’ and ‘Holy Motors’
Los Angeles saw an increase in the production of features and television series last quarter, but it’s too early to say if the growth foreshadows a rebound for the city’s entertainment industry.
Claire Danes, Michelle Dockery, Jessica Lange, Julianna Margulies, and Maggie Smith are this year's SAG Award nominees for Female Actor in a Drama Series. Learn more about them and their shows in the slideshow below!
Mark Davis argues that Grahame’s doomed Debby Marsh, scarred by a pot of boiling coffee, is one of the greatest film fatales of all time.