Dozens of films and TV series, from "Boardwalk Empire" and "Blue Bloods" to "The Good Wife" and "White Collar," shoot in New York City.
Plenty of stars and surprises abound in today's Golden Globe nominations.
Terrence Malick delivers a swooning, sad drama about how hard it is to make love last.
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."
Cumming gives a tour de force performance as a gay man battling for custody of his adopted son in “Any Day Now.”
The National Board of Review named the top ten films of the year, with 'Zero Dark Thirty' named as Best Film.
"Twilight," "Treme," and Quentin Tarantino are among those taking advantage of Louisiana's tax credits.
This week brings us Film For All Friday, when Tribeca Film Fest venues open their doors for free screenings of 35 films on the TFF 2014 slate; Mikhail Baryshnikov is the “Man in a Case” at Santa Monica’s Broad Stage; “Pointe,” a book about a professional dancer, has just ...
Torturous father-son relationships involving Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper drag on for two-and-a-half hours of overly emphatic filmmaking and forced storytelling.
March Film Madness is upon us. Here are 15 films to look out for in the coming month, including “Serena,” “Get Hard,” “Insurgent,” and “A Little Chaos.”