Philadelphia Film Festival directors J. Andrew Greenblatt and Michael Lerman dish on this year’s buzz-worthy films, including “La La Land” and “Arrival.”
In an awards season highlighted by top performances from DiCaprio, Lawrence, Damon and Blanchett, who would have guessed the year’s most uniquely captivating stars would be… puppets? From the mind of Oscar-winning filmmaker Charlie Kaufman, the stop-motion animated film “Anomalisa” follows a motivational speaker named Michael Stone (voice of David Thewlis) as he travels to […]
In 2010, 33 Chilean miners became trapped nearly half a mile below the Atacama Desert after a devastating collapse cut off all exits. After 16 days of exploratory drilling, experts were unable to locate the men – who had little water and emergency food rations for only 2-3 days – and many believed no one […]
Jamie Kennedy is best known for his irreverent characters in movies such as “Scream,” “Malibu’s Most Wanted” and “Kickin’ It Old Skool,” but in the upcoming NBC series “Heartbreaker,” the 45-year-old actor takes on one of his most poised roles to date: a doctor. “It’s a hospital soap that comes out in February,” Kennedy said […]
The 24th Philadelphia Film Festival kicks off its 11-day lineup of movies tonight, October 21, and if you’ve never immersed yourself in the film festival experience, the Philadelphia Film Society’s annual event just might be the perfect place to start. “The festival is accessible for everyone. It’s designed for everyone. It’s not for just cinephiles […]
The Philadelphia Film Festival returns to the City of Brotherly Love for another exciting program of more than 130 feature-length and short films from Thursday, October 22 to Sunday, November 1. The 24th edition of the festival opens its 11-day run with filmmaker Charlie Kaufman’s stop-motion film “Anomalisa,” and will close with documentarian Michael Moore’s […]
John Marshall tells the shocking true stories behind the 1981 cult classic “Roar,” which co-starred Tippi Hedren, Melanie Griffith and 150 untrained wild animals.
The Awesome Fest kicks of its annual free outdoor movie series with a screening of Bobcat Goldthwait’s documentary “Call Me Lucky” on Friday, June 26.
Caroll Spinney, the man who’s played Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch for 45 years, talks about the new documentary “I Am Big Bird.”
Oscar nominee Viggo Mortensen discusses his Tribeca Film Festival movie “Far from Men,” which is now available with XFINITY On Demand.