Moviemaking

  • The New Spanish Cinema

    The initial flowering of cinema in Spain at the beginning of the 20th century occurred in much the same way as in...

  • Richard Roe

    It’s the age-old quandary: “If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make...

  • Rockets Redglare

    Luis Fernandez de la Reguera, director of Rockets Redglare. In the late ’70s and early ’80s, Manhattan became the site of one...

  • On Location: New York City

    Kevin Lee; Lori Lazar; Manish Acharya; Daniel Cooperbey Chapter One: “He adored New York City. He idolized it all out of proportion.”...

  • Rebecca Miller

    Everybody’s playing Rebecca Miller’s game now. Read Rebecca Miller’s bio and you can’t help but think that this is one lucky girl....

  • A Directorial Career

    The Talent Managers Association, a self-regulating professional group with a goal of providing ethical standards for those whose job is devoted to...

  • John Frankenheimer

    Director John Frankenheimer No matter how bad the circumstancesare, you can win; you can triumph over it. I believe that about life,...

  • Rod Steiger

    Socially conscious Steiger won the Academy Award for his portrayal of a bigoted Southern sheriff in Jewison’s 1967 hit In the Heat...

  • Finding Frances McDormand: The Actress Proves That Age is No Match for Talent

    Along with two feature film projects that will see release this year, actor Frances McDormand also appears as an interview subject in...

  • A Matter of Opinion

    "Everybody’s a critic," or so the old saying goes. Everybody except David Manning, the non-existent critic who supposedly showered superlatives upon several pallid...