'Krisha' Cannes Video Diary, Part 3: A First-Time Director's Dream Come True
READ MORE: A24 Acquires SXSW Winner 'Krisha,' Will Distribute and Produce Trey Edward Shults' Second Feature In the latest video diary entry from "Krisha" writer-director Trey Edward Shults...
ACLU Launches Petition on Gender Bias in Directing
The organization is also requesting that Women in Film and the Sundance Institute help circulate the petition.read more
Quiz: Can You Match These Taglines With the Right Brands?
So many taglines, so little time to remember what they were selling. Taglines are a great way for a brand to let its personality shine through. There are just so many out there that it's often ...
7 More Cinematographers You Should Follow on Instagram
Last year we wrote about 9 cinematographers you should follow on Instagram and you should definitely check them out. But why limit ourselves to just nine? So below we highlight seven more cinemat...
David Letterman's Finale Was Watched by 13.8 Million, His Largest Audience Since 1994
David Letterman's final Late Show was watched by 13.76 million viewers, making it the Late Show's largest audience since Feb. 25, 1994, on a night that saw CBS' coverage of the Lillehamm...
Cannes: Cohen Group Nabs U.S. Rights to Festival Opener 'Standing Tall'
Emmanuelle Bercot's drama stars Catherine Deneuve and newcomer Rod Paradot.read more
Coca-Cola Shows You How to Get 6 Million Views on an Ad Without Even Trying
Coca-Cola unveiled its first work from Ogilvy Amsterdam a couple of weeks ago—a rousing, visually rich pan-European anthem that tried to raise some political issues and surely cost a ton to ma...
Behind the Scenes of NBC's Red Nose Day, Which Aims to Be 'Funny For Money'
Tonight, NBC is digging deep for children's charities with Red Nose Day, a three hour charity special featuring star-studded sketches and musical performances -- an annual tradition in the UK that pro...
'The Voice' Mogul John de Mol on Sale to ITV, Enduring an Extortion Scheme and Why 'Utopia' Failed in the U.S.
Talpa Media's CEO also opens up about whether the struggling reality genre will rise again.read more
'Mad Men' Fans Scramble to Investigate Real-Life Don Draper Retreat Center After Finale
The president of Esalen speaks with THR about the coastal retreat that inspired the 'Mad Men' finale.read more
Watch: New Trailer and First 2 Clips from Sundance Hit 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl'
READ MORE: Why 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' Makes Quirky Teen Comedies Appealing Again  Teen drama movies can quickly turn cloy at times, but from the looks of this new trailer, "Me and...
'The Olympic Auditorium Project' Examines History of Sports Arena Where They Filmed 'Rocky'
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 c...
Cohen Media Group Acquires Deniz Gamze Erguven's 'Mustang' Out of Cannes
Cohen Media Group announced today that it has acquired all North american distribution rights to "Mustang." The drama about five young, orphaned sisters is the feature directorial debut of...
Jennifer Connelly: Gender Equality in Film and Society Are 'Inseparable,' One Needs the Other
READ MORE: Review: Thoughtful, Meditative, But Deceptive 'Aloft' Starring Jennifer Connelly, Cillian Murphy, & Melanie Laurent Peruvian director Claudia Llosa's magical realism-infused 2009 ...
Hang On, Did Olive Garden Just Make a Really Good Commercial?
Olive Garden's advertising has long been distinguished by its unlimited blandness, which some might argue is a decent representation of the food there. But during NBC's Red Nose Day telethon...
Cannes: Gaspar Noé Calls 3D 'Childish,' Wants 12-Year-Olds to See 'Love'
READ MORE: Cannes Review: Hardcore Sex Isn't the Craziest Thing About Gaspar Noé's 3D 'Love' After last night's dizzying, electric midnight premiere of the 3D laced-in-pornography "Lo...
L.A.'s Walt Disney of Shopping: Rick Caruso on Expansion Plans, Whose Advice He Seeks in Hollywood
The billionaire developer of L.A.'s The Grove — which draws more yearly visitors than Disneyland and generates the second-highest revenue per square foot of any shopping center in the U.S. — now h...
Watch: Zombie Children Terrorize Elijah Wood and Alison Pill in New ‘Cooties’ Trailer
The unlikeliest of duos is teaming up to give us "Cooties," a horror-comedy from the minds of Leigh Whannell (co-creator of "Saw" and "Insidious") and Ian Brennan (co-cre...
Infographic: What's Changed, and What Hasn't, in 100 Years of Brand Storytelling
Much has been made about how modern communication—even as it accelerates exponentially—is returning in some ways to more simple, even primitive forms. Paul Adams, at the time the global...
In Their Own Words: Indie Directors Share Essential Filmmaking Tips
When you're making a film, it seems everyone's got advice for you. But who better to listen to than someone who has paved a path before you? Below you'll find first-person stories from indie directors...

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