• Redbox Sues Fox Over DVD Release Window

    The studio had instructed wholesalers to hold new titles from the kiosk company for 30 days.

  • Cannes Titles Pepper New York Film Festival

    Resnais’ “Wild Grass,” Almodovar’s “Broken Embraces” bookend event.

  • Rock-Doc ‘Loud’s’ Guggenheim: Grilled

    “Live, lyrics are not that important — it’s about that intense vibration coming through those speakers. It’s the guitar that puts you in ecstasy.”

    Rock-Doc ‘Loud’s’ Guggenheim: Grilled
  • The Summer of 3D: Screen Scrambling

    The interest and B.O. are there, but space is still too limited.

    The Summer of 3D: Screen Scrambling
  • 3D Films Coming to a Theater Near You

    Animation and live-action titles both make their presence known before the year ends.

  • John Hughes Tribute Video

    From “Ferris” to “Breakfast Club,” to the tune of the Who’s “Baba O’Riley.”

  • Swan Song for Movie Soundtracks

    Slumping CD sales, iTunes policies take their toll on a once-strong source of revenue.

    Swan Song for Movie Soundtracks
  • Getting in Shape With Sherlock Holmes

    People come to my gym when they want to get in shape without any pain…and get results reasonably fast. TV fitness boot camp shows promote the impression that you have to suffer to look good, but I’ve never been a proponent of the “no pain, no gain” philosophy. When I'm training professional athletes, they might…

  • Rosen Leaving Film Independent

    Fest vet returning to San Francisco Film Society.

  • The Top 10 Soundtracks of All Time

    Ah, those were the days …

  • Sony Pictures Classics Picks up ‘Wild Grass’

    Director Resnais’ film premiered in Cannes.

  • ‘The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus’ Trailer

    Terry Gilliam’s latest film features Heath Ledger’s last performance.

  • Meet the Toy-Movie Man

    Hasbro’s motion-picture point man on what make a good toy movie … and why View-Master?

  • A ‘Dorian Gray’ Sneak Peek

    Oliver Parker’s (“An Ideal Husband”) remake stars Colin Firth, “Prince Caspian’s” Ben Barnes, set for Sept. 9 release.

  • John Hughes, R.I.P.

    John Hughes was a stunningly talented director, a wildly funny writer, a great friend, a Republican in a town where being a Republican takes some courage. But most of all, he was a poet. He was to the postwar middle class white kid what John Keats was to the age of upheaval during the French…