Sunday, January 25, 2015
For three decades, it's been America's premier independent film festival. But this year more than ever, there is talk at Sundance of the blurring divide between movies, television and online.
Danuta Roman is channeling her inner Vincent van Gogh. She applies short brushstrokes of azure, turquoise and Payne's grey to mimic water reflections on an oil painting by the Dutch master.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
The opening night of the Sundance Film Festival saw a moving documentary about jazz icon Nina Simone — whose director trumpeted her as a model for a new generation of civil rights activists.
Why go “Into the Woods” through the musical play when the big, splashy Disney movie is everywhere? Because a streamlined, refreshingly irreverent version of the 1987 theatrical classic by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine is being performed live in New York City.
DreamWorks Animation said Thursday it is reducing the number of films it produces each year from three to two and cutting 500 jobs as it tries to improve its profitability.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Clint Eastwood's hit film “American Sniper” has reignited a bitter debate about the U.S. invasion of Iraq and one of its most famous warriors, with conservatives hailing the movie as a long overdue tribute to veterans.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Just as Hollywood's awards season heats up, half the town takes off for a snowy getaway to Park City, Utah, for the Sundance Film Festival.
Kenya Barris, creator of ABC's “black-ish,” was motivated to write the comedy about an African-American family's efforts to honor its heritage in part by the unreality of what he grew up watching on television.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
The film “Kano,” which tells the story of a Taiwanese baseball team's incredible run at a Japanese high school tournament in the 1930s, is set to hit theaters in Japan on Jan. 24.