Courteney Cox was in a real bind two years ago. After directing a short film, the 2012 TV movie "Talhotblond" and several episodes of her TBS comedy series "Cougar Town," Cox felt she was ready to direct a feature film.
Even in their 80s, Dick and Jerry Van Dyke still have their big-brother, little-brother dynamic.
Since its creation in 1996 by the Franco-American Cultural Fund, the French film festival COLCOA has cultivated a loyal following.
Sissy Spacek remembers the kaleidoscope of emotions she felt when she earned her first lead actress Oscar nomination as the tormented telekinetic teen in Brian De Palma's 1976 horror film, "Carrie."
Just nine days after the 1970 National Guard shootings at Kent State University in Ohio had left four students dead and nine injured during a Vietnam War protest, Columbia Pictures released "Getting Straight," a counterculture comedy-drama exploring campus rebellion, unrest and the sexual revolution.
Hollywood invaded the small West Texas town of Marfa 60 years ago this summer to make the epic "Giant," based on Edna Ferber's bestseller chronicling 25 years in the lives of a powerful rancher, his strong-willed, opinionated wife and a surly ranch hand turned oil tycoon.
Vincent D'Onofrio never had aspirations to be the leading man. He wanted to be a character actor.
Alan Alda is discussing enduring love, a subject he knows by heart.