After being personally transformed, the first-time filmmaker aims to do the same with a movie where the very medium is chemically changed.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
The "Juno" writer plays it safe with her directorial debut.
A review and recap of a Q & A with the director of the lurid Lindsay Lohan thriller.
Interview: Dan Mazer on the Personal and Professional Break-Ups That Led to the Hilarious “I Give It A Year”
The co-writer of "Borat" talks about going in his own direction with a subversive romantic comedy.
Four photojournalists reshaping their country's image is the subject of an exciting film crowdsourcing on Kickstarter.
The Ecuadorian filmmaker heads to outer space for his latest thriller and talks about the intensive process that made it soar.
The director of "Smashed," the writers of "(500) Days of Summer" and a killer ensemble team for one of the year's finest films.
One of youth culture's preeminent chroniclers turns his attention to skateboarding's biggest competition.
After working on a bigger project that stalled, the filmmaker who made a splash with "New Low" is moving forward with something more persona...
A found-footage style search for Sasquatch keeps the writer/director's appreciation for great characters and great surprises.