In 1998, Derek Cianfrance stood over a Xerox machine watching copies of his Blue Valentine script spill out into a sorter. He thought that his movie would sell within a few months.
The only question about Ryan Gosling this awards season is: Which of his two astonishingly detailed performances will win him the nomination?
The week preceding Halloween provides an opportunity to celebrate the genres of the supernatural, fantastical and horror film. The Film Society of Lin...
Disney's television show "The Mickey Mouse Club," which began in 1955 and ended in 1996, remains one of the most iconic children's programs in TV hist...
FYF is the place to be to hear bands on the cusp of breakout acclaim.
The theme of this year's Cannes? It's not economics, as some suggest. It's "less." Less movie stars. Less parties. Less print journalists. Less frenzy. Less crowds. And especially less interviews.
The roots of Sundance were acres of granola-flavored films about people in small towns or women in crisis or something that was equally high-minded but was consistently bemoaned as not being particularly commercial.
Serious dramas may be less entertaining in the moment, but often end up shedding valuable perspective on the human condition -- insight you won't find in your average spine-tingler or farce.
One of the great pleasures of DVD is being able to watch movies (or just scenes) again and again. You don't have to wait for a revival of plunge into ...
I'm going to leap into the breach and anoint my own damn winners. Just try and stop me, America.
I get uptight when I watch even a snippet of these debates. Is leadership there? Is greatness there? Is the end of the war there? Up on that stage?
Lars and the Real Girl treats Lars (played by Ryan Gosling) as if he's just a little shy, but the hilarious thing is that he's clearly insane and dangerous.