The second feature from "Myth of an American Sleepover" director David Robert Mitchell joins 10 other films in parallel section
From the jungle of the Congo to the slums of Delhi, two stunning documentaries explore vital worlds threatened by "progress"
"Beyond the Brick" finds two Oscar-nominated directors in a celebratory mood
"Silenced" and "1971" deal with 43 years of surveillance and retaliation against whistleblowers
"Match" and "Alex of Venice" debut strongly, while Stewart is upstaged by co-star Matthew Lillard during a post-screening Q&A
49 selected films include "Foxcatcher," "The Homesman" and "Eleanor Rigby," with 15 female directors and five first-timers
Chief Creative Officer Geoff Gilmore talks with TheWrap about the festival's multiple agendas
An image from "8 1/2" has been chosen to represent the 67th edition of Cannes
This season's motto may be "All Men Must Die," but some deaths are different
In the aftermath of a memoir that angered members, the former HFPA president agrees to leave for six months -- but he may face further...
Drama from three first-time feature directors deals with a 60-year-old nightclub hostess
"The danger now is that a director could choose not to have a cinematographer," the Oscar-winner tells TheWrap
Toni Collette, Heather Graham are also among jurors who will give out $150,000 in prizes
A David Bowie cover ranks among Steve Pond's favorite songs along with "Love Buzz" and "Lithium"
Film Independent changes venue, bumps the staged reading up to April 19
Bong Joon-ho's futuristic thriller makes its North American debut June 11 in downtown Los Angeles
Crystal + Lucy honors also go to Eva Longoria, Rose Byrne and Jennifer Lee
Honorary award goes to Alexander Payne, who named his last movie ("Nebraska") after a location
Speakers at the annual Producers Guild event will also include Joe Roth, Norman Lear, Ceán Chaffin and Michael De Luca
The next month will bring Czech That Film, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and the City of Lights, City of Angels showcase
Concert film from Bjork and Alex Gibney doc about Brown join a lineup already heavy with music films
Festival programmers are assembling a slate that could bring Angelina, Meryl and Woody to the South of France
"12 Years a Slave" rallied, Meryl Streep talked trash and the Producers Guild mucked things up
“Gabriel,” “Dior and I” and the vampire comedy “Summer of Blood” are among highlights of first wave of fest programming
We don't need no stinkin' heroes, and other things we learned on Sunday night
On a night that went according to expectations, Steve McQueen's film did just enough to beat its more muscular rival "Gravity"
As one movie stands on the verge of beating the odds, here’s a modest wish list for the 86th Academy Awards
After years of using Sandler as a punching bag, the Razzies focus their disapproval on Smith, Kim Kardashian and Tyler Perry
Steve McQueen wins best director; Jared Leto and Lupita Nyong'o take supporting awards, "Fruitvale Station" named best first feature
A survey conducted by Survata exclusively for TheWrap finds that moviegoers predict a tight race -- but they disagree with the experts on which films...