On class picture day, everyone’s in a good mood.
Sometimes, when a movie is a bit too successful, it can backfire with the documentary Oscar voters.
Every year SBIFF director Roger Durling showcases the year’s top writers, directors and producers at in-depth panels.
30WEST poaches Trevor Groth, and continues cutting a broad swath through Hollywood.
Sundance offered a thin Oscar field as the selection leaned either too young or too uncommercial to make the theatrical grade.
Ian Bricke and Matt Levin unveiled three movies at Sundance, and have at least twenty more coming in 2018.
The Academy has sent its members a letter outlining updates to its Standards of Conduct, complete with a place to file complaints about workplace misbehavior.
From ‘Get Out’ to Denzel Washington to Lesley Manville, this year’s Oscar narrative took some surprising turns.
Joaquin Phoenix hit Sundance for the first time to support two Amazon films from Lynne Ramsay and Gus Van Sant.
The race is on between PGA-winner “The Shape of Water,” likely to score the most nominations, and SAG Ensemble-winner “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”