The real-life inspiration for "Dog Day Afternoon" proves truth is stranger than fiction.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
Exploring the identity of the best film at this year's TIFF.
On being the first female director to make a feature in Saudi Arabia.
The "Sound of Mumbai" director is back with an astonishing look at a U.S. adoption of a Russian child.
On creating a portrait as deep as the character actor's legendary wrinkles.
On countering fear with laughs.
A different kind of Ironman comes forward in this French hearttugger.
The indie horror vets join forces for a fun and frivolous thrill ride.
The Alice Munro adaptation thrives on subtlety.
A fan favorite moves from the edge of the frame to the spotlight.