Rache Grady and Heidi Ewing of Loki Films presented a class on their secrets of the craft and process of directing at Silverdocs on June 25.
Aaron Sorkin has added 'Slumdog Millionaire' star Dev Patel to the cast of 'More As This Story Develops.' 'More As This Story Develops' is Sorkin's HBO pilot about the world of cable news with an ensemble cast of Jeff Daniels, Emily Mortimer, Alison Pill, Sam Waterston, and recently Dev Patel.
From Dodge City to Shanghai to a summer home in Maine, here are three of our favorite fiction recommendations for good summer reading.
Hugh Jackman and Paul Bettany could both star in the musical adaptation of ‘Les Miserables’ from director Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech). But will ‘The Wolverine’ affect Hugh Jackman’s schedule?
Director Liz Garbus’s achievement is in making Bobby Fischer's story palpable to an audience that may have been too young to witness Fischer capture American pop culture like some Michael Jackson with an endgame, or to those who’ve forgotten how his skills took hold of the nation’s thinking, even bumping Watergate updates from the evening news.
'War Horse,' which involves complex puppetry, won best play at the Tonys. 'The Book of Mormon,' written by the creators of 'South Park,' won best musical. Is this a step forward or backward?
India is home to the world's most prolific film industry, one that is quickly making inroads into more established Western markets.
Mark Wahlberg made a very public official announcement at the Spike TV Guys Choice Awards: he is indeed moving ahead with ‘The Fighter 2.' Will the cast and director David O. Russell also return for 'The Fighter 2?'
Seventy-five years ago this month, a novel by an unknown young journalist from Atlanta was published. Originally submitted as a manuscript stuffed into dozens of manila folders, the book was a love story set against the backdrop of the US Civil War. Today, Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone With the Wind” remains one of the bestselling books of all time. It has been translated into 35 languages, sold hundreds of millions of copies worldwide, won a Pulitzer Prize, and earned eight Academy Awards as a Hollywood motion picture. Here are some of the many reasons we still love "GWTW."