Filmmaker Andrew Dominik explains how he worked with singer in wake of the death of the Bad Seeds leader's son
'Star Wars' actor talks about new memoir, why she still loves her ex Paul Simon's music and that long, long ago affair with Harrison Ford
After 10 years – and roles in three major Hollywood movies – this former Midwestern tomboy is poised to become the next Jennifer Lawrence
Movie 'Officer Downe' stars 'Sons of Anarchy' actor Kim Coates as unstoppable reanimated cop
Composer talks collaborating with Paul Thomas Anderson on score and sound design for the 2002 cult movie
Julie Dash's Sundance indie about an African family finally gets the theatrical release it deserves 25 years later – and it couldn't be more timely
How young British actor went from drama-school student to star of Ang Lee's big-budget, bleeding-edge Hollywood war movie in a blink
'Showgirls' director and French star Isabelle Huppert on why you shouldn't call their boundary-pushing revenge movie a "comedy"
How one filmmaker used Sixties horror and kitschy Seventies sexploitation to make an eye-popping, heavy-breathing statement
How the genre has attracted an unprecedented number of female directors – and why these artists are elevating scary movies to a whole other level
Barry Jenkins took eight years to craft his coming-of-age story about an African-American boy – and ended up making the movie of the moment
'TrumpLand' director on why society should treat the GOP candidate like a pedophile and how "white privilege is on the ballot"
"I felt the group deserved to be the subject of a film by somebody who actually made films," frontman says of collaboration with indie director
Ebie Wright, her mother and her sister are crowdfunding 'A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies'
New film on 1966 tragedy at University of Texas at Austin uses interviews, rotoscoping to give the victims a voice