Tim Grierson also reviews “The Loneliest Planet” and “Pusher.”
Amy S. Weber shares why not writing any dialogue for her film about bullying led to the real emotional performances from the cast of "A Girl Like Her."
The entertainment industry in Japan contributed $145.9 billion in “total economic impact” to the country’s economy, according to an MPAA-commissioned report by the Mitsubishi Research Institute.
Entertainment unions, including SAG-AFTRA, praise Gov. Jerry Brown's signing of two bills to extend California's production-incentive program.
Plus, Hailee Steinfeld and Kristen Wiig share “Hateship, Friendship,” Willem Dafoe reunites with Lars von Trier for “Nymphomaniac,” Christoph Waltz is Gorbachev, and more film and TV casting news.
The “Mad Men” star is taking on a new role in thriller “The Quiet Ones,” out April 25.
Casting Director Deborah Aquila talks about finding actors to bring to life the moving story of Maria Altmann in "Woman in Gold," and shares why paying attention to the details of the role can make all the difference in casting.
The national film award of France bestows top honors on 'Amour,' also up for five Oscars.
Legislation that saved us from falling over the “fiscal cliff” also extended federal tax credits for film and TV productions, but for how long?
The movie, starring Brittany Snow and Jeffrey Combs and featuring the world's worst dinner party, falls somewhere on the spectrum between torture porn and psychological horror—and somewhat mysteriously works.