"When you audition," says actor Sarah-Jane Casey, "that's a time for you to get out there and turn it into an experience of actually living inside the role, whether you get it or not."
A new documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival explores conspiracy theories in Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining." Backstage spoke with filmmaker Rodney Ascher about his film and the enduring legacy of Kubrick's masterpiece.
The stars of Summit Entertainment’s “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” spoke to us at an after party co-sponsored by Backstage following the world premiere of the film on Sept. 8 at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Moze Halperin wants America to remember Scott Thomas as more than just that woman from “The English Patient”—and her devastating performance here is the place to start!
Critics say that Daniel Day-Lewis has a good chance to win his third lead actor award this year with his portrayal of our 16th president in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln.”
"Downton Abbey"'s Elizabeth McGovern talks about her latest role in "Cheerful Weather For the Wedding."
Ryan Gosling will write and direct “How to Catch a Monster,” while Michael Keaton comes back to big screens as the “Robocop” villain, and Michael Pitt marries Mary Pickford.
Kerry Barden shares how he found actors who could handle the musicality while authentically portraying the real life superstars that populated James Brown's life in "Get On Up."
Earwolf Podcast Network plans expansion into TV production, while Funny or Die is taking its comedy from computer screens to movie theaters.
Tim Grierson also reviews “The Loneliest Planet” and “Pusher.”