Here’s our list of five great pesky little siblings in films. Just be glad that these little siblings aren’t a […]
Veteran cinematographer Sol Negrin, ASC understands the challenges of bringing cinematography from the set to the classroom.
Searching for Sugarman is Malik Bendjelloul’s striking new documentary about two South Africans who try to track down their folk music hero Sixto Rodrigeuz.
If someone had suggested to me 20 years ago that I make a personal film about my father, I would […]
After three weeks of kid’s movies dominating the box office, R-rated comedies Ted and Magic Mike surpassed expectations to earn […]
Nora Ephron, the director behind rom-com classics You’ve Got Mail and Sleepless in Seattle (both of which she also wrote), […]
Pixar showed Honest Abe where it’s at; Brave‘s opening weekend saw the animation giant’s first female-led film pull in $66.7 […]
Film is a collaborative medium. Every moviemaker knows it, and it’s a fact that is celebrated by the Collaboration Filmmakers […]
Director Vikram Gandhi is not a guru. But he plays one in the documentary Kumaré, opening tomorrow, which sees him […]
Neither Tom Cruise nor Adam Sandler had the power to take down a bunch of talking animals at the box […]
The 2012 CFC Worldwide Short Film Festival (WSFF) has come to a close, and with the fest’s Closing Awards Picnic, […]
The Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), the country’s largest in terms of both number of films screened and number of […]
This weekend marks the final days of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). The country’s largest in terms of number […]
Director Stephen Gyllenhaal talks about the importance of local politics in his new movie Grassroots, just in time for the 2012 national election.
Writer/director Michael Connors’ Allegiance (Working Title: Recalled), based on his award-winning 2006 thesis short of the same name, follows Lieutenant Danny Sefton (Seth Gabel, “Fringe,” “Dirty Sexy Money”) as he helps a fellow soldier go AWOL so he can visit his sick son before being deployed to Iraq.
Jesse Baget’s Cellmates combines biting social commentary on racial relations with comedy, relying heavily on a strong script and actors to make the finished work shine.
After three weeks of box office dominance, The Avengers (weekend gross $36.9 million, total gross $513.8 million) has finally be […]
Cinematographer Anette Haellmigk Wins the Kodak Vision Award and is recognized in a male-dominated area of the industry.
Director Dan Beers’ moviemaking success story began with his short film FCU: Fact Checkers Unit, which premiered at Sundance in […]
Director Matthew Mishory’s talks about how he, and his team, created the feature film, Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean.
The original Men in Black, released in 1997, was a pitch-perfect combination of action, comedy and sci-fi trappings, and audiences […]
26 years after it was filmed, Dutch director, journalist and rap aficionado Bram Van Splunteren’s Big Fun in the Big […]
It’s three weeks of box office dominance and counting for The Avengers, which easily kept new release Battleship from the […]