How 3 graphic designers created D-Day on a shoe string budget for the TIMEWATCH program "Bloody Omaha"... (Be very careful about what you think you see on TV)
Despite a strike by the entertainment industry's Writer's Guild union, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presdient Sid Ganis urged actors and filmmakers nominated for Oscars to attend his organization's awards ceremony.
Best Picture: "Atonement," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men," "There Will Be Blood." (With writer strike ongoing the actors may not show up,... the horror)
...was found dead Tuesday in a Manhattan apartment, face-down and naked at the foot of his bed with prescription sleeping pills nearby, police said.
There are heroes...there are superheroes...and then there's Hancock." - ( Now how much fun can I have with this? - Must be a comedy :)
The MPAA has rejected the one-sheet for Alex Gibney's documentary "Taxi to the Dark Side," which traces the pattern of torture practice from Afghanistan's Bagram prison to Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo Bay. The image in question is a new
Style and Grace kill'n
Spurlock has finished his new movie Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?, in which he sets out to do what the United States government has apparently failed to do: Find Osama Bin Laden. The Weinstein Company bought the thing after seeing only 15 mi
It took twice through, but I’m finally convinced; Beowulf is a wonderful film. There is plenty to recommend it, even if it had stuck to the original plot line.
The wave of recent films set against the backdrop of war in Iraq and post-9/11 security has failed to win over film-goers keen to escape grim news headlines when they go to the movies. Almost without exception the crop of movies have struggled to tur
DVD jukebox company Kaleidescape is calling on members of the DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) to reject a DVD copying proposal that Kaleidescape claims would put it out of business.
Now that Hollywood writers have put down their pens and picked up their picket signs, movie and TV fans – as well as an entire industry – wonder how long the strike will last. At stake: more TV reruns and fewer films for fans around the world, not
“Lions for Lambs” is major for Robert Redford and producers Paula Wagner and Tom Cruise. Starring Meryl Streep & Tom Cruise
Probably you know as much as you want to know about the most infamous scene in the 1972 movie "Deliverance, " the homosexual rape by the riverside in the backwoods of Georgia -- "Squeal piggy!" -- it's been a source of hetero
Meet The Professor! Indoctrinate U, Evan Coyne Maloney's devastating exposé of American college campuses, tells the stories our nation's professoriate doesn't want you to hear.
I saw this movie as a warning to the Perot efforts to create the "United We Stand Party". Watching this movie may help us to avoid a lot of the detours from a focused effort to achieve freedom in this country. (History is a time machine use
"We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity,...
Ron Paul makes an unannounced appearance to say good bye to a friend.
No danger of this being a light-hearted, cinematic celebration. The Venice film festival this year has packed a real punch with two strikingly different films about the war in Iraq.
A new film about the real-life rape and killing of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl by U.S. soldiers who also murdered her family stunned the Venice festival, with shocking images that left some viewers in tears. "Redacted", by U.S. director Brian
This 2 hour documentary covers the Internal Revenue Service, income tax, the Federal Reserve System, national ID cards (REAL ID Act), human-implanted RFID tags (Spychips), electronic voting machines, globalization, the possibility of America becomingEntered By: Powell Gammill
America lost another soldier today. He fought for individual freedom on the front lines in the war between Good and Evil.
Steven Seagal, whose action movies once were major box-office attractions, believes false allegations by FBI agents ruined his career. An investigation begun some 5 years ago by the FBI into accusations he intimidated a reporter and had ties to organ
SAN DIEGO - Leonard Nimoy isn't through with Spock yet. The 76-year-old actor will don his famous pointy ears again to play the role in an upcoming "Star Trek" film due out Christmas 2008.
Filmmaker Michael Moor revealed on Thursday's "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno that the Bush Adminstration had served him with a subpoena regarding his recent trip to Cuba made as part of his new film, Sicko.
To Open in select theatres on July 27th.
Michael Moore's new documentary "Sicko" has been pirated and is now widely available for download on peer-to-peer content sites like www.thepiratebay.org. Last week, the Oscar winning director announced that he'd decided to stas a
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore is under investigation by the US Treasury Dept for taking ailing Sept 11 rescue workers to Cuba for a segment in his upcoming health-care documentary "Sicko," the AP has learned.
The director of a new documentary about two September 11 widows who launched a campaign to help Afghan war widows says it's not a "September 11 movie" and her aim is to counter U.S. public amnesia about Afghanistan.
"Free speech does not extend to misleading the public by making factually inaccurate statements," he said. "Somebody has to stand up for the public interest here." Durkin called the letter "loathsome."