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.
Zachary Maxwell, 12, made a documentary film about what makes for a snow day in New York City.
The American film maker called the portrayal of events in Ukraine “a surreal perversion of history”
Films aimed at kids are more violent than films for older audiences.
The actor recalls how his first meeting with Hawking helped him to unlock the physicist's character
The Russian culture minister has suggested limiting the number of Hollywood productions shown
The character remains unnamed, hinting at a return of an arch-nemesis after a long legal battle
The Stephen Hawking biopic argues that there is no way to rationalize love and tragedy.
In 1926, the crime novelist Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days causing a media frenzy – but no one knows why
Audiences demand, and increasingly get, total immersion from actors but what is driving this extreme method?