Comic-Con 2014: NBC announces Emmy winner will guest star alongside James Spader in Season 2 premiere
"Ballads, Blues and Bluegrass," "Searching for Sugar Man" and "Neil Young Journeys" are among the fascinating musical films at the Los Angeles Film Festival
The grand opening of the Dolby Theatre unveils "Brave," the least Pixar-like movie Pixar has ever made
"The Invisible War," director Kirby Dick's documentary about rape in the U.S. military, has been screened agressively for military leaders -- and led the Defense...
Delivering the Los Angeles Film Festival's keynote address, Cinedigm CEO Chris McGurk points to seven signs of a coming independent film boom
Director Woody Allen makes a rare trip to Los Angeles for the North American premiere of "To Rome With Love," and warns the audience that...
Downtown L.A. might be a trek for some Westsiders, but the Los Angeles Film Festival is flourishing there
William Friedkin is named LAFF guest artistic director, Danny Elfman, Michael Voltaggio and Raphael Saadiq artists-in-residence; "Breaking Bad" to be saluted as well
Deadpan comedy and Chely Wright doc win jury awards; "Attack the Block" takes top audience prize
"It's not 'Pineapple Express,'" warns actor-director Franco when he introduces his Hart Crane biopic
Organization also announces participants in Fast Track financing and filmmaker support program
Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, Ryan Gosling, Richard Linklater, Matthew McConaughey add the requisite star power to the downtown L.A. Film Festival
Festival, which had its opening night both disrupted and buoyed by Game 7 of the NBA Finals at Staples last year, returns downtown
Caught between the Lakers and the Twi-hards, the festival staked out a new home in downtown Los Angeles
Mexican film "Presumed Guilty" wins international award
“I think we put together an amazing group of documentaries this year"
Cast of "Hello Lonesome" wins ensemble acting award
A non-partisan film about a highly politicized subject has to tread carefully with its distribution
As LAFF heads into the homestretch, things are going on besides that big vampire movie
Two days before the LAFF premiere of "Eclipse," Twi-hards have turned L.A. Live into a campground
The first weekend of the L.A. Film Festival settled into a lively downtown groove
The Lakers championship brought energy and unpredictability to LAFF's opening night
They'll judge narrative films; Sandra Tsing-Loh on shorts jury
The film festival kicks off across the street from the deciding Lakers/Celtics game, and the LAPD is ready
From elephants to "Knight Rider" to Levon Helm -- and, of course, there's always "Twilight: Eclipse"
Festival heads to Northern California's Skywalker Ranch for "restorative" pre-festival filmmakers retreat
It's not easy programming a festival in the movie industry's back yard, but LAFF organizers are clear about what they want
The deciding NBA game could take place a block away from the film fest's opening night
Concurrent with the film's festival debut, Netflix will offer free 48-hour stream
First-time program lets AMPAS voters choose from dramatic, documentary and international films