On the madman behind the crazy Cinefamily screening series that ends its run this Saturday with "Escape from New York."
One of LA's best screening series is curated by one of its most exciting young producers.
Foreign and arthouse cinema get their closeup at the LA Times' free screening series at the Sundance Sunset.
Now in its 29th year, the screening series continues to revive the luster of both L.A.'s movie palaces and the films they show.
The writer/director on his retrospective in LA at Cinefamily, being a working artist and returning to the series he started with "Henry Fool."
The "Still Alice" co-director and the cast of his first feature reflect on the dramedy shot at the height of the AIDS epidemic at a reunion event at UCLA.
The director tells crazy stories about getting permission to film at Ellis Island, working with Joaquin Phoenix & the personal touches he gave to the drama.
The comedian talks with one of his biggest filmmaking influences for the first time & learns even wilder stories than what ended up onscreen.
The comedy legend talks about how he got into show business and turning the story into his first film as a director.
In a conversation with Guillermo Del Toro, the director spoke about the inspiration of "Greed" and "Treasure of Sierra Madre" on the space adventure.
On the birth of the cult classic and the many times it nearly fell apart.