ABC Adds Dramas From 'Straight Outta Compton' Writer, 'E.R.' Vet to Pilot Slate
The network has added four hour-longs in its latest order. read more
Drama From ‘Revenge’ Producer Among ABC Pilot Orders
ABC has ordered four drama pilots, “Boom,” “The Adversaries,” “The Advocate” and “Kingmakers” from “Revenge” producer Sallie Patrick. Wr...
Watch: Exclusive Clip from Slamdance Documentary Short 'Dolphin Sex'
Kareem Tabusch's documentary short "Dolphin Lover" received an honorable mention at last night's Slamdance Film Festival awards ceremony in Park City. "Dolphin Lover" tells the un...
Viola Davis, Jennifer Lopez Are Tough, Vigilante Moms in ‘Lila & Eve': ‘This Is the Grittiest I’ve Ever Been’
Jennifer Lopez and Viola Davis reunite onscreen for the first time since 1998’s “Out of Sight” for dark revenge movie “Lila & Eve,” which premieres at the Sundance Fi...
Sundance Film Review: ‘Welcome to Leith’
A gripping you-are-there portrait of a community under siege.
Sundance Review: '3 ½ Minutes' is a Timely Statement on an Age-Old Issue
Black Friday, 2012. Dusk had barely fallen in Jacksonville, Florida. The neighborhood was respectable. Seventeen-year-old Jordan Davis was with friends, driving to music, and pulling up at a gas stati...
Sundance Film Review: ‘The Chinese Mayor’
A fascinating verite portrait of the collision between progress, politics, corruption and citizens' rights in a rapidly changing People's Republic.
ACE Eddie Awards: 'Boyhood' Wins Best Edited Dramatic Feature
'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' 'The Lego Movie' and 'Citizenfour' also won film honors.read more
45,000 Pieces of Branded Content Were Created on Whisper for The Americans
The Americans revolves around the lives of two Cold War-era KGB spies who are trying to keep their jobs a secret from their unsuspecting neighbors. In line with that secrecy theme, the FX drama work...
Sundance: Jennifer Lopez and Viola Davis on Hollywood Diversity, TV Careers and ‘Lila & Eve’
This year’s Sundance Film Festival closes with “Lila & Eve,” a gritty crime drama starring Jennifer Lopez and Viola Davis as two moms who lose their children to crime, and take vigilantism i...
Discover Returns to the Super Bowl for the First Time Since Card's 1986 Launch
Discover is back on the Super Bowl this year, for the first time since the credit card was launched in 1986 with its "Dawn of Discover" ad. Within the credit and debit card category, Disc...
Recording Academy Honoree Nile Rodgers Still Old School After All These Years
As the Producers and Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy prepares to honor him at its annual pre-Grammy celebration, producer-songwriter-musician Nile Rodgers is both humbled and reflective. “Li...
Sundance Review: Sebastian Silva's Tense 'Nasty Baby' is a Subversive Delight
The follow-up to Sebastián Silva’s 2013 efforts "Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus" and "Magic Magic," "Nasty Baby" follows a gay couple — Freddy (Silva) ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #77: Marielle Heller Gives Coming-Of-Age Angst a Feminine Spin in 'Diary of a Teenage Girl'
After participating in the 2012 Sundance Screenwriting Fellow and the 2012 Sundance Directing Fellow, Marielle Heller finally made her long-awaited return to Park City this year with a huge ...
First Lady Michelle Obama Offers Praise for ‘American Sniper’
Speaking at an event to boost the image of veterans in entertainment, first lady Michelle Obama offered praise to the movie “American Sniper” for its depiction of military families and ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #76: Kim Farrant is Compelled to Get to the Raw Truth in 'Strangerland'
The bulk of attention that has gone towards Kim Farrant's "Strangerland" has focused on the gritty Nicole Kidman turn at its center. But the Aussie filmmaker's rigorous cinematic methods mer...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #75: Tony Vainuku Shows Journey of Polynesian High School Footballers With 'In Football We Trust'
Despite having only a small population with a short history in the U.S., Samoans and Tongans are 28 times more likely than any other minority group to play football for the NFL. Over four years, ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #74: In 'Chuck Norris vs. Communism,' a Generation Falls in Love With Movies During the Cold War
Many of us have fond memories of parents and children gathered around the VCR to watch a rented movie on a Friday night. Before the fall of the Iron Curtain, however, Romanian families could only get ...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #73: Prashant Nair Spans Continents for Indian Drama 'Umrika'
Competing in Sundance's World Cinema Dramatic Competition, Prashant Nair's "Umrika" focuses on the small Indian village of Jitvapur, where new traditions and community debates...
Meet the 2015 Sundance Filmmakers #72: 'Most Likely To Succeed' Questions America's Education System and Proposes an Alternative
The most oft-repeated line about America's archaic education system is to point out that the Agrarian Model (children have the summer off to help their parents work the fields) is hardly necessary or ...

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