Director Hirokazu Kore-eda talks with TheWrap about fatherhood, landing a Steven Spielberg remake and recovering from an Oscar snub
"You do not make a jump across an abyss," says Herzog at screening of "The Motel Life"
As a transgendered drug addict, Leto makes an eye-catching return to acting after spending nearly six years focusing on music
With films like "Gravity," "Rush" and "Captain Phillips" winning raves, the majors are back after a decade of indie domination
In case you missed it -- "Fifty Shades of Grey" casting haters got served, VOD's popularity is a mixed blessing for Indies and there's promising...
TheWrap's film critic Alonso Duralde on 'Salinger': "It's not a movie that lets him off the hook"
Actress explains how acting is like racquetball, and other secrets she learned making the award-winning, low-budget indie
Four-day showcase for 10 indie films is Sundance's first festival outside of Park City
It's not easy to make a coming-of-age movie that feels as if it's showing you real people, not movie characters
Independent film awards presented by IFP opens categories to established actors rather than just "breakthrough" performances
Joshua Oppenheimer talks with TheWrap about death threats and government-sanctioned killings in Indonesia nearly 50 years ago
"I drank my share of rose," actress admits during an interview with TheWrap
The two-night special theatrical event "Springsteen and I," assembled from fan-shot footage, is an unexpectedly moving look at fandom
Can lightning strike two years in a row for scrappy, low-budget indie debuts set in largely African-American communities that are seldom seen on the big...
Ryan Coogler's drama about the killing of a young African-American is hitting theaters the same week as closing arguments in the George Zimmerman trial
From docs to dramas, Emma Watson to Louis C.K., the summer's indies have some big appeal
"There's a smart audience out there that wants more than superheroes and alien invasions," Sony Classics' Tom Bernard tells TheWrap
"The three stages tell you the film industry of the last 19 years," Richard Linklater tells TheWrap
Music documentary from Alex Winter will receive theatrical and VOD rollout starting June 21, followed by likely VH1 airings in 2014
“I wanted to shoot a movie in black and white, so of course we went right to ‘Manhattan’”
Catcalls will put Baz Luhrmann's film in good company -- but the opening-night film is really just the aperitif before the sumptuous meal of cinema...
Cynthia Stafford's movies are low-profile, but the lotto winner insists she's enjoying her new life as a producer and financier
"My father said, 'There are two things in life that you never know. One is when you are going to die, and the other is...
Emily Blunt: "We didn't really know it was love story -- it's so unsentimental and cruel, it never really felt that way"
It has all the director's trademarks -- windswept plains, soulful gazes, thoughtful voiceovers -- but never before has a Malick movie gotten such negative reviews
Jurors at the Tribeca Film Festival will also include Eva Longoria, Bobby Flay, Paul Haggis, Sheila Nevins, Mira Sorvino and Joe Berlinger
Documentary filmmaker wants to create online archive to show the ways in which content creators can embrace new paradigms in business, art and entertainment
Henry Rollins calls record companies "gun-clutching climate-change deniers"; director Alex Winter urges film industry to monetize new distribution technology rather than fighting it
In an exclusive video interview with TheWrap, Angola-born Rui Costa Reis offers his strategy for building a movie production and distribution studio, RCR Media Group
Over Mexican food and under WhiteWater Films white umbrellas, a distinguished panel of filmmakers debated the state of independent film