Amid awards-season bait such as “Life of Pi” are several smaller films worth your time, including “Frances Ha,” a new Alain Resnais, and Elle Fanning in “Ginger and Rosa.”
The novelist and screenwriter talks about working on the script based on his book, the challenges of working with an ensemble cast, and why he thought his book would never be made into a film.
It’s peppy TV ads versus a military despot in this hypnotic political drama—starring a quietly charming Gael Garcia Bernal—set during a Chilean revolution in 1988.
Backstage member Daniel Dambroff is a nonunion actor who did his training at the T. Schreiber Studio and landed the lead role of Marcus Wright in the film "Brilliant Mistakes."
With "Looper" hitting theaters on Friday, let's take a look at some of our favorite time traveling films over the years.
The directing duo behind the new movie, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, are looking to explode the usual behind-the-scenes music documentary with their latest collaboration with multitasker Cave.
While many great actors have set foot on both stage and screen, we couldn't help but notice the continual trend of the recasting stage stars for film adaptations.
September is filled with great films to watch, from Oscar contenders to star-studded comedies, and we’ve hand-picked some that you should be checking out this month.
Young Backstage member Nolan Gross enjoyed his “greatest summer ever” after he was cast in director Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” with Russell Crowe, Logan Lerman, and Emma Watson.
In honor of Jay Pharaoh being elected "SNL's" new President Obama impersonator, we look at the top 10 political portrayals by actors over the years.