At TheWrap's Award Series screening, the investigative war reporter disregarded "elite journalists" questioning the film's credibility
"There was tragedy and comedy going on at the same time. It was the double thing that I really liked and thought was very, very...
The "Seinfeld" actress has been nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance opposite James Gandolfini in Nicole Holofcener's film
"We wanted the world to be without colors," said writer/director Adrián Saba
The co-directors of Georgia's Oscar entry talked about rebounding fortunes for both young women and their post-Soviet film industry
"To suddenly work opposite someone who is 12 who was just mind-blowingly focused, graceful, effortless, disciplined, deeply moving, I found it shifted the goalposts for...
Cast members of Russia's biggest movie ever talked about balancing spectacular IMAX images with still-contentious Russian/German relations
The hard-to-pin-down actress says "certain things that make sense to me when they're on the page"
The director of "The Good Road" discussed the hardships of making non-Bollywood dramas -- and the surprise of beating front-runners for India's Oscars slot
"Their imaginations were so pure, so alive, that I thought, if I make another film, I want it to be about these kids"
The 'Crazy Heart' director's affinity for suggestion over exposition informs everything about the brutal drama starring Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson
At TheWrap's foreign-film awards-series screening -- as everywhere -- Italy's foreign-film Oscar entry provoked inevitable comparisons to "La Dolce Vita"
The "Inside Llewyn Davis" star tells TheWrap screening-series crowd that so much went right -- especially that first meeting with T Bone Burnett
Chris Meledandri on Pharrell's contributions: "The role those two songs play in establishing Gru's character and defining the tone for the movie is extraordinary"
At TheWrap's foreign-film series screening, Brazil's most acclaimed young director explained how mundanity and cinematic tension go hand-in-hand
The German historical drama and Oscar hopeful's filmmakers say the journey is about "not judging" people -- no matter how awful their past
Team 'Gabrielle' is also challenged with upholding the new tradition of Canadian films at the Oscars
"We've been f---ed for 200 years, now it's your turn," McQueen said of one uncommon movie scene from his film
Paul Greengrass also maintains Richard Phillips is getting a raw deal in the press
The writer/director also says his $1 million movie hinged on star Michael B. Jordan: "This film would live or die by whoever was in that...
Cullen Hoback expresses a little hope about rolling back the Patriot Act -- if not Facebook's increasingly lax privacy standards -- at TheWrap's Awards Screening...