The director of the stunning new documentary spoke to us shortly after learning his film would receive a rating that means its subjects can't even see it and explains why it was so unfair.
For her first screenplay, the poet and "Stephanie Daley" star has penned an adaptation of the 2006 novel about a young woman of the L.A. punk scene of the '80s who has trouble coming to terms with the death of her boyfriend.
The award-winning directing duo from Belgium discuss the influence of where they came from on their filmmaking, the only setting they've ever had for their films.
Janus Films to Distribute Aki Kaurismäki’s “Le Havre”; Criterion Release, Oscar Submission to Follow?
After being one of the foremost distributors of his films on DVD in America, The Criterion Collection's parent company will release the potential Oscar submission from Finland in U.S. theaters.
Spoilers ahead, but if you're wondering whether movie marketing oversold the promise of Liam Neeson's action flick, director Joe Carnahan explains that chances are you won't be disappointed by what he actually filmed.
A look at the first footage released of "The Amazing Spider-Man" reboot released since Comic-Con in a global event.
The director of the new documentary about the fallout from a horrific triple homicide discusses what interested him in the death penalty case and how he's able to interview people under the most dire of circumstances.
Whedon’s “Cabin in the Woods,” Åkerlund’s “Small Apartments” Are the Only Places to Stay During SXSW 2012
Joss Whedon and "Cloverfield" scribe Drew Goddard's horror deconstruction will open this year's festival while other highlights include the return of "Tiny Furniture" writer/director Lena Dunham and a new doc on Bob Marley from Kevin Macdonald.