Here’s a screenwriting prompt not too many would-be writers get to toy with: What’s it like when you get the call thatAir” screenwriter Alex Convery, it was thrilling — but he also approached it with some hard-earned skepticism. While the Michael Jordan-centric drama “Air” marks Convery’s first produced feature, he’s longRead More
Here’s a screenwriting prompt not too many would-be writers get to toy with: What’s it like when you get the call thatAir” screenwriter Alex Convery, it was thrilling — but he also
In 2001, Agnès Godard became the first woman to win the Césare award for Best Cinematography on her own (Marie Perennou shared it with three men in 1997 for her documentary “Microcosmos”).
One of the most delightfully warming and comically offbeat films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Babak Jalali’s “Fremont” tells the story of Donya, a former Afghan translator for the U.S. government
Joseph Gordon-Levitt first learned about Sundance Film Festival while he was making his big screen debut in 1992’s “A River Runs Through It.” That’s where the film’s director (and Sundance’s founder) Robert
Charlize Theron revealed to Harper’s Bazaar a “belittling” experience from her early days as an actor, in which an unnamed male director made repeated attempts to have her look more “fuckable” on
HBO Max is bringing DC’s “Batman: The Audio Adventures” back for a second run next month, with actor Jeffrey Wright again lending his rumbling baritone to the iconic superhero. The 10-episode “Batman:
Amazon Prime Video’s “The Boys” has made a name for itself as a very R-rated, adult spin on the superhero genre, and nothing better encapsulated that than Episode 5 of Season 3,
Does the phrase “That’s All Right, Mama” apply to the new “Elvis” movie… as in, “that’s all correct, ma’am”? No one is probably expecting that; any practiced watcher of biopics knows virtually
We Are Actors sits down with Academy Award and Pulitzer Prize winner John Patrick Shanley. We spoke about his life, work and his new play Candlelight.