In 2013, love came in many forms: girl on zombie, boy on smartphone, and James Franco on -- count 'em -- two hot bikini babes at the same damn time. Sure, romantic comedies are as extinct as Oprah Winfrey's chances of winning Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes, but audiences had plenty of ... More >>
Anheuser-Busch was accused of watering down its beers and misrepresenting the alcohol content in Budweiser, Bud Ice, Bud Light Lime, Natural Ice and other lines. But after class-action lawsuits were filed in federal court, NPR commissioned a lab to test several samples. The lab found that while the ... More >>
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Film Forum explores the Digital Cinema Package
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A guide to winter movie releases
This year's NYFF manages both. Plus: Our best of the fest
Eighteen years after their breakout successand they're back in theaters, too
The 2010 Tony nominations are out, and the yearly ceremony that becomes more and more designed to persuade people from anywhere but New York City to spend money on theater is soon to follow. The idea behind the Tonys is simply to get Broadway to appeal to the rest of America in a big, fancy ... More >>
Sony PicturesOn Monday, Publishers Weekly cooked up a stir with an article in which Julia Child's famed editor, Judith Jones, recounted what Child said of Julie & Julia's Julie Powell: "I don't think she's a serious cook." Slashfood tracked down Jones at her Vermont home to follow up on the comm ... More >>
Staffers flee. New blood moves in. And still the question remains.
Resourceful indie filmmakers are finding new ways of getting their movies into theaters. But will anybody come?
Ari Folman, an Israeli filmmaker, takes on his country's Vietnam
Melissa Leo nails her role as a struggling mom.
More movies, fewer screens, and a new game in town means cutthroat competition for indie-film distributors
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
Geopolitickin' and an East Asian invasion highlight the 43rd New York Film Festival
Fall brings hope of a brave New World and a historic Violence
Rappers in Cuba, pilgrims in Mecca, killer fish in Tanzania, James Carville in Bolivia
Five movies that make us remember why we love the Big Apple
Remake relocates from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles and can't pull off a second swindle
Sundance '04: A growth industry, but Biskind's tell-all both thrills and chills the indie set
Spider in the Archives
Nurturing Ibero-American Talent in Miami
New Media Finds Its Place in the New World Order
Mon Amour Tokyo
Film Companies Keep Dreaming of a Digital Future
David Manning Speaks! Stunning!
Bingeing and Purging at Cannes
The Results Are In
Berlin's Body Politic
Moviegoers Avoid Big-Budget Pitfalls
Easy, Senators! Theres enough money for everybody.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Previewing the 36th New York Film Festival