Watch: Adam Brody Bails on Pregnant Girlfriend in 'Growing Up & Other Lies' Exclusive Clip
Co-directed and co-written by Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs "Growing Up & Other Lies," is (as its title might suggest) about the trials of a last ditch, largely unsuccessful attempt to...
Watch: Gospel Singers Team Up with Atheists in 'The Jones Family Will Make A Way' Exclusive Trailer
The first trailer has been released for Alan Berg's "The Jones Family Will Make A Way," which follows a surprising collaboration between a religious, musical family and an atheist critic. Th...
'House of Cards' Season 3 Premiere: Frank Faces Biggest Challenges Yet
President Underwood has 18 months to turn the country around.read more
Watch: Secrets Are an Illusion in Exclusive Trailer for Larry Clark's 'Marfa Girl'
Larry Clark, best known for collaborating with Harmony Korine on "Kids" and "Ken Park," will return to the south-central U.S. for his latest film, "Marfa Girl," which is ...
Sundance Favorite 'I'll See You In My Dreams' to Play Cleveland International Film Festival; Full Lineup Announced
The Cleveland International Film Festival has announced the lineup for its upcoming event, which takes place March 18-29 at Tower City Cinemas in Downtown Cleveland. CIFF will screen a record number o...
Leonard Nimoy, 'Star Trek' Legend, Passes Away at 83
Leonard Nimoy, who helped us understand that logic did not run counter-intuitive to humanity, passed away today at 83. He played many roles and left many legacies, but we'll never stop thinking of him...
Accounts in Review: Here's Why Dentsu Left the Sears Holdings Battle
Despite being an incumbent with a shot at a larger share of Sears Holdings' business, Dentsu has exited the company's review of all marketing services for Sears and Kmart. The lead creative...
SXSW Debut 'Life in Color' Exclusive Motion Poster Yo-yos Around
The story behind "Life in Color" is the epitome of independent filmmaking; write what you know and work your hardest to turn it into a film. Premiering in the Narrative Spotlight section of ...
7 Great Film Debuts from TV Directors
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with DIRECTV and the suspenseful thriller, CUT BANK, which is available exclusively on DIRECTV.] Longtime television director Matt...
Watch: Ana Maria is Not Herself in Exclusive 'Ana Maria in Novela Land' Clip
Following the success of  "Jane The Virgin," which is based on a telenovela, the new film "Ana Maria in Novela Land" follows the magical conundrum of super fan, Ana Maria, who...
Here Are All the Movies Opening Today, February 27; What Will You See?
Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, February 27th. (Synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.) Wide Focus Director: Glenn Ficarra & John ...
'The Last Man on Earth': TV Review
One man realizes he is, indeed, the last man on Earth. He tries to have fun and keep hope alive.read more
Vote for Project of the Week: Will it Be '52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale,' 'The Skinny,' 'Sibs' or 'The Pregnancy Exclusion'?
The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for the February Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a creativ...
Eddie Redmayne On His First Post-Oscar Project 'The Danish Girl'
"It's been a crazy couple of weeks," Eddie Redmayne said to Indiewire hours before going on to win his first Oscar for Best Actor at the 87th Academy Awards for his performance as Stephen Ha...
Watch: Paul Rudd Gets Called Out for His Career Failures on 'The Jack and Triumph Show'
By all accounts, Paul Rudd has had a pretty successful career. After achieving cult icon status early on with "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Clueless," the likable Average Joe-type...
For Your Consideration: Yep, It's The 2016 Oscar Predictions
With the Oscars now just a week-old memory, the time has come for the final edition of this column (for this season). From the Toronto International Film Festival's unofficial awards season kickof...
Barbara Kopple on 'Hot Type' and Why Being a Documentary Filmmaker is Easier Than Ever
"Hot Type: 150 Years of The Nation," the latest film from two-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple, will have its world premiere as the closing night film of the Documentary F...
How Lay's Is Adding More Social Zest to Its Popular Flavor-Creation Campaign
Now in its third year, Lay's is using its annual Do Us a Flavor campaign to capitalize on social chatter with a clever (and highly orchestrated) real-time marketing plan. Through March 31, the ...
Patricia Arquette's New Film Caught in Legal Fight Over Foreign Piracy (Exclusive)
It took 12 years for "Boyhood" to be filmed and released. The distribution of the Oscar-winning actress' newest film, "Electric Slide," has now set off a timely controversy.read more
A Surprising Look at the Brands That Connect Best With Today's Cultural Priorities
How can you measure a brand's relevance to today's culture? That's the core question behind JWT's new research methodology, Culture Muscle, which polls consumers on how brands relat...

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