Monday Apr 14
Cannes: 9 films that could play the festival
The official announcement for the full line-up of the 67th annual Cannes Film Festival is expected to arrive this week.
Nicolas Cage is first-rate in 'Joe,' an absorbing backwoods drama
Generally, "Nicolas Cage is back" is not an announcement to make movie lovers' hearts race.
David Gordon Green & Tye Sheridan on the Creative Volatility of "Joe"
Is "Under the Skin," in which Scarlett Johansson plays a mysterious creature luring men into a fatal mating dance, a brilliant science fiction movie? Or "Jinn" is certainly not lacking in audacity, but its uneasy balance between inspired delirium and mundane genre dues-paying is its one bridge too far.
Brad Pitt's Plan B Acquires Hacker Story 'Anonymous Vs. Steubenville'
The producers of "12 Years a Slave" will adapt a Rolling Stone article about a hacker who exposed the cover-up of a rape, and was then jailed for his actions.
Hide Your Smiling Faces
Daniel Patrick Carbone's stellar debut "Hide Your Smiling Faces" has drawn deserved comparisons to David Gordon Green's " George Washington " and Terrence Malick's " The Tree of Life " in its capturing of the formative moments in which boys transition to men.
Raleigh Studios Invites Academy Award-Winning Producer Dede Gardner for Next HNB Today
Academy Award-Winning Producer, DEDE GARDNER , will be the next celebrated networking guest offering advise to experts and novice alike at The Hollywood Networking Breakfast.
Wake Up with BroadwayWorld - Monday, March 24, 2014 - Mothers and Sons, Broadway Backwards and More
Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it? For your most important theatre meal of the day, we've rounded up the big news you missed yesterday, what's on the agenda today, and a few extras to start your day off right.
Under the Skin
Say what you like about Under the Skin , it at least has the courage of its convictions.