M T Vasudevan Nair’s riveting story highlights the role of feminist men in patriarchal societies.
Robert Zemeckis won’t have there be a Back To The Future remake, and here’s why.
Film, Ferguson and a new world order.
Eric Shapiro delves deeper into the works of Director, David Fincher, and asks: “Can, or Should, he be stopped?”
This shift is both seismic and historic in the ongoing effort to bring all voices of faith into a more unified chorus, all calling for the affirmation, acceptance and unconditional love of all of God’s created.
The famous writer and director said to students: “You are all going to die.”
Working when you have ADD can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. J.R. Reed gives you the lowdown on how to conquer your job.
The independent minded property returns to the silver screen and we’ve got the early word.
No one can deny the talent of the Compton-bred, UCLA-educated emcee-turned-publicist-turned-filmmaker now.
In a major thematic departure, the legendary filmmaker brings back one of his most iconic characters.
Why? Because someone’s gotta be one.
Arthur Penn, the director most famous for the 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde, died of congestive heart failure today, leaving behind a Hollywood legacy that “transformed the American film industry,” and paved the way for such classic films as “The Godfather” and “Tax Driver.”Penn’s poetic take on sex and violence in on the screen—beautifully played…