In this video, Tyler Shields speaks from the Andrew Weiss Gallery in Santa Monica, California as he gives a behind the scenes look at the creation of his latest photography series "Historical Fiction," on view through June 30, 2015.
Never one to miss a quip, Harvey Weinstein introduced the movie August: Osage County at its Zeigfeld premiere, noting Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts w...
As a newcomer to the series, I found myself much more interested in the film's take on leadership, the military, war, and empathy for one's enemy.
The film takes place in one home throughout a few time frames and is told from Lisa's perspective -- which means Breslin is in nearly, if not every, scene. Whether she is alone or interacting with another actor, she is working hard to portray a strong young woman in incredibly creepy environs.
Secrets and lies carried the day in most of the five films I saw Monday at the Toronto International Film Festival. But then, aren't the most interesting movies built around them? It's so obvious that Mike Leigh used the idea as the title of one of his finest efforts.
Every once in a while a movie comes along that has no deep message; no car chases or tons of explosives; and what's best is it isn't in 3D. The purpose of these movies is just to entertain, and such a movie is New Year's Eve.
I'm not going to go into all the subplots, except to say that they all end as happily as you know they will from the very start.
When is a comedy not a comedy? When it's one of what apparently is becoming a series of holiday-themed movies by Garry Marshall.
There's Dakota Fanning...'going bad' so Marc Jacobs can sell some perfume. It smells great, by the way. Why did she do that? I mean, she was SUCH A NI...
The name of the title character of Janie Jones is meant to resonate with a certain generation: "Oh, like the Clash song," someone says early on in the...
At 15, Abigail Breslin wears makeup. Clad in day-glo chartreuse for the premiere of her new movie, Janie Jones, she's now a young starlet.
The star of David M. Rosenthal's rock indie Janie Jones can act, but his soulful duets with Abigail Breslin will also leave you jonesing for the album.
For those who best remember Abigail Breslin with her tear-away pants, gyrating to "Brick House" while her grandfather cheers her on from the sidelines, well, a lot has happened since then.
"No one expects you to perform miracles," says the head of the Perkins Institute for the Blind sending his prized pupil Anne Sullivan south from Bosto...
It was Mark Twain who called Annie Sullivan a "miracle worker," and their uplifting journey is fertile ground for drama.
What seems to qualify as Politically Correct these days can leave you scratching your head or screaming like a lunatic.