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Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023
Meg Ryan and David Duchovny Talk About "What Happens Later," Fame and Nora Ephron
The words "For Nora" end Meg Ryan's new film "What Happens Later." It was a no brainer to dedicate it to the late Nora Ephron, though it did require an extra layer of approval from the Directors Guild. Ephron and Ryan were responsible for some of the culture's most enduring and beloved modern...
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023
Shawn Levy Reflects On "All the Light We Cannot See"
Last month at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Tribute Awards gala, Shawn Levy received the inaugural Norman Jewison Career Achievement Award named in honor of the legendary Canadian filmmaker. The honor recognizes Canadians in the film industry who have made a global impact with...
Friday, Oct. 20, 2023
Errol Morris' "The Pigeon Tunnel" Delves Into The Mystery Of John le Carré
Errol Morris has just sat down with a reporter when his wife calls. "I'm being deposed," Morris says, smiling, into his phone. "I hope that it's going to turn into a criminal investigation, but I believe it's just an interview." Morris, the veteran documentarian of "The Thin Blue Line,""The Fog of...
Friday, Oct. 13, 2023
SAG-AFTRA President Fran Drescher Reacts To AMPTP Suspending Contract Negotiations
Fran Drescher has steered the actors guild through its monthslong strike. On the heels of Hollywood studios abruptly breaking off talks with the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists this week, the actor and union president says she's baffled and disappointed. The...
Thursday, Oct. 12, 2023
Iconic Horror Director John Carpenter Brings "Suburban Screams" To Peacock
While John Carpenter has become synonymous with fictional horror storytelling, the 75-year-old director and composer is dipping his toe into true life terrors with his new show, "John Carpenter's Suburban Screams." The legendary director, known for genre-defining classics including "Halloween" and...
Thursday, Sep. 21, 2023
RSA Films' Jake Scott, Luke Ricci Reflect on Fireflies, The Value of Coming Together and Doing Good
The countdown is on for the Fireflies West 15th annual cycling ride benefiting City of Hope Hospital’s Leukemia treatment and research for a cure. The Fireflies West traverses the California countryside from San Francisco to Los Angeles over five days--October 6-13--with its core group of amateur...
Tuesday, Sep. 19, 2023
"Invisible Beauty" As Seen Through The Documentary Filmmaking Eyes of Bethan Hardison and Frédéric Tcheng
"I always know, because I've lived life long enough, you can change things," Bethann Hardison said at the start of "Invisible Beauty," a new documentary focused on her more than five decades in fashion. "You might need to be your foot against the pedal, but you can change things." That's exactly...
Thursday, Sep. 14, 2023
Director Richard Linklater's "Hit Man" Kills At Toronto Film Festival
There's been no shortage of hit-man movies at film festivals this fall. You could line them up on a rooftop somewhere, each with their sniper rifles aimed out at audiences: David Fincher's "The Killer," Michael Keaton's "Knox Goes Away," Harmony Korine's "Aggro Dr1ft." But the one that has most...
Friday, Aug. 25, 2023
"Golda" Director Guy Nattiv Discusses Golda Meir, Casting of Helen Mirren
One of the more famous quips attributed to Golda Meir, Israel's first and only female prime minister, was her response to how it felt being a woman in an overwhelmingly male political arena. "I don't know," she was oft quoted as saying. "I've never tried being a man." Meir indisputably broke a...
Thursday, Aug. 17, 2023
Director Ángel Manuel Soto Describes "Blue Beetle" As A "Love Letter To Our Ancestors"
Director Ángel Manuel Soto didn't think too much about the "Latino side of things" when visually crafting DC's "Blue Beetle" alongside Mexican screenwriter Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer. The film — starring "Cobra Kai's" Xolo Maridueña as Jaime Reyes, aka Blue Beetle and DC's first Latino superhero — oozes...