The Academy Award–nominated film 'Last Days in Vietnam' comes to PBS in time for the anniversary of that war's end.
Andrew Niccol’s new film captures the price paid by the men behind the controls of America's war on terror.
Peter Ackroyd's book reveals the director as a blunt and bawdy sado-masochist.
The film was shot in Los Angeles last year, but was received badly by officials.
Is our society really as permissive as we think? French director Francois Ozon tells a twisted fairytale of human sexuality.
The new film by Oscar-winning Danish director Susanne Bier crowbars open our worst anxieties about our children.
A marketing stunt designed to promote a new film has some Austin Tinder users swiping right—on a robot.
"The Wrecking Crew," a documentary about the studio musicians who played for Elvis, Sinatra, the Byrds and other bands, shines the spotlight on the price (and benefits) of obscurity.
Filming for Spectre has started in the streets of Rome, and the eternal city has been seduced.
The Academy considers its policy of increasing the number of Best Picture nominees a failure, a report claims.
The writer also talks about the origins of "Funny Girl" and what he learned from Tom Stoppard.