Sarasota Film Festival Announces Opening and Closing Night Films
READ MORE: Sarasota Film Festival Announces New Programmers The Sarasota Film Festival announced today the opening and closing night films for the 17th annual event. Director Oren Moverman's "Ti...
Gravitas Ventures Acquires Shoe Collecting Documentary 'Sneakerheadz'
READ MORE: SXSW 2015: A List of Criticwire Grades for Every Feature Even sneakers can be viewed as art, and there's a whole culture for this particular passion. The world of sneaker collecting is t...
'Gabe' Confronts the Stereotypes About People with Disabilities
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: is this a movie you'd want to see? Tell us in the comm...
Attention, Filmmakers: Here's Why You Should Release Your Movie for Free
For those of us working with limited means, this is undoubtedly the best time in the history of American cinema to be making movies. Ideas are being tested and new aesthetics developed by filmmak...
The Story Behind 'Krisha,' the Family Affair That Rocked SXSW
"Krisha," the micro-budget drama that premiered last week at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival and won both the Grand Jury prize and the Audience Award for narrative feature, is not only about a f...
Review: 'The Walking Dead' Season 5, Episode 15: 'Try' A Little Harder
PREVIOUSLY: 'The Walking Dead' Season 5, Episode 14, 'Spend': Cookie Crooks  Whose Episode Is It? Rick gets the most screen time, but we also check in on Michonne, Sasha, and Carl. ...
GOP Sen. Ted Cruz Uses Twitter to Announce Presidential Bid
"I'm running for President and I hope to earn your support!"read more
Jon Hamm Shares Advice From Bryan Cranston on Life After ‘Mad Men’ in April GQ (Exclusive Photos)
“Mad Men” star Jon Hamm graces the April cover of GQ magazine, wherein he kicks off the long goodbye to his star-making drama “Mad Men,” TheWrap reveals in an exclusive first...
Review: The Final 'Mad Men' Season Premiere Asks If Don, or Anyone, Can Ever Be Happy
When series come to a close, especially long-running and critically-hailed television series, knowing that the ending is right around the corner can be so daunting it becomes a distraction. Some shows...
8 Popular U.S. Shows That Got Their Start Overseas
Jane the Virgin, the CW hit, owes its success to many—not the least of which is its star (and Adweek cover girl) Gina Rodriguez, who took home a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Comedy...
For Gina Rodriguez, a Golden Globe Is Just the Beginning
Even before her headline-making Golden Globe win in January, there were already signs Gina Rodriguez was going to be a big star. At its annual screenings for the global TV market in Los Angeles las...
The Lion Wrangler: How Philip Thomas Keeps Cannes Lions Ahead of the Game
As CEO of the Lions Festivals since 2006, Philip Thomas has known he needs advertising's biggest annual gathering, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, to stay one step ahead o...
Keith Weed's Plan to Grow Unilever and Reduce Its Global Footprint
Keith Weed seems a little shell-shocked. Just a few days earlier, he was in shirtsleeves and in the embrace of a 90-degree day in Singapore. But this March morning, he finds himself hit full in the...
Why Agencies Are Embracing the 'Liquid Talent' Trend
A year ago, Will Flood, a London account director at M&C Saatchi, embarked on an immersive learning experience at the agency's New York office. "The sheer dominance of the American mark...
How Johnson & Johnson's BabyCenter Thinks Local by Going Global
The average pregnancy in France lasts 41 weeks; the global average is 40 weeks. It's a small difference, but enough of a nuance for online parenting site BabyCenter to spin out an additional wee...
Infographic: What Data-Driven Marketing Looks Like in 2015
Data-driven marketing, once a novel type of marketing, has evolved to become an integral component of almost all advertising campaigns and strategy. And these changes have come quickly to match the ...
HK FilMart: Fox Channels ‘Guilty’ of Move Into Asian Mini-Series
21st Century Fox’s Hong Kong-based pay-TV group Fox International Channels is to back “Guilty As Sin,” an Asian mini-series that will begin production later this year.
‘The Walking Dead’ Recap: ‘Try’
Spoiler Warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The Walking Dead” season 5, episode 15, titled “Try.” Tensions have been simmering in Alexandria since the day our survivors arrived, but ...
Review: ‘Girls' Season 4, Episode 10, ‘Home Birth: Pushing Through
PREVIOUSLY: Review: 'Girls' Season 4, Episode 9, 'Daddy Issues': Pushing the Boundaries Love Her or Hate Her Let's go with love. It took an entire season of growth, but in the finale Hannah s...
'Walking Dead': Burning Questions Heading Into the Season 5 Finale
Sunday's penultimate episode set up a confrontation within Alexandria as threats from the outside loom large. read more

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