The director of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" invaded the Los Angeles rep house.
With the studio's filmmakers doing the usual awards season barnstorming, there's been some interesting details about their creative process, particularly in their most recent Oscar shortlisted short film.
In honor of the online release of Tom Noonan's Grand Jury Prize-winning, wonderfully awkward first date movie, we're republishing the actor/writer/director's remembrance about it at the Cinefamily as well as where you can see it now.
The L.A. nonprofit's co-founder on building an audience and keep them coming back.
In a rare public appearance for a triple feature of the franchise that launched him to stardom, the actor/director talked about playing Mad Max Rockatansky in the post-apocalyptic series, his next films as a director and the times he met Andy Warhol, Truman Capote and Tom Hardy, who's picking up where Gibson left off in "Fury Road."
The two-time Oscar-winning actor recalls asking Charles Bronson to shave his mustache on the set of his directorial debut and candidly discusses how he picks movies to make during a nearly 45-minute Q & A at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica.
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.
Years in the making, the legendary actor's documentary about his production of "Salome," starring a then-unknown Jessica Chastain, will finally premiere at the Venice Film Festival, leading us to excavate a rare talk he gave about his work behind the camera rather than in front of it.
The director opens up on his autobiography and the impossible films he made after climbing the A-List with “The Exorcist” and “The French Connection.”
A conversation between Joachim Trier, Renate Reinsve and Paul Thomas Anderson covered the magic that happened in front of the camera in Oslo.