After keeping a bulletin board of all the actors he'd want in his films during his teens, the writer/director talks about realizing his dream with an assured first feature starring Jennifer Connelly and Greg Kinnear.
After building a strong brand based on comedy and faith-based entertainment for underserved African-American audiences, the company is branching out with a diverse slate of films and a unique way to bring them out theatrically.
The director of the DJ doc "Scratch" on finding another diamond in the rough.
The "Being John Malkovich" and "Where the Wild Things Are" director spoke of his relationships with the late Maurice Sendak and James Gandolfini during a wide-ranging conversation with David O. Russell at the Los Angeles Film Festival Saturday night.
A wide-ranging comedy that rarely leaves the house of a twentysomething layabout in Los Angeles is long on truth and short on story.
With real guns, a real hijacked ship and a real hostage negotiator on set, all this Danish filmmaker needed to bring was the suspense, which he does in tremendous fashion with this tense drama.
Wanting to find a way to utilize all his talented friends, the writer/director talks about how he helped them while scaring others with a found footage potboiler about a woman who suffers a mysterious miscarriage.
The former Secretary of Labor and the filmmaker who wanted to spread his ideas about income disparity in America get a literally open forum with a packed outdoor screening at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
A sendup of hipster culture and the highminded art world, Michael M. Bilandic's amusing second feature has far more to offer than what it spoofs.
On thrusting audiences into the middle of the emergency room and by extension, America's health care crisis.
The duo behind "The Slaughter Rule" talk about finding their way home for their second feature.