A behind-the-scenes look at filming around the world for television and movies as seen from the streets.
The 30th Sundance Film Festival, which begins Thursday evening and runs through Jan. 26, is not only the nation's top showcase for independent film but also one of the biggest marketplaces for movies made outside the studio system.
Directors vying to get their films to the Sundance Film Festival seize on any break they can get to show their films there. 'Whiplash' went from a short to a feature in a year to try to make the cut.
The teenage girl Sepideh only wants to look at the stars.
Hours before writer-director Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, Sony Pictures Worldwide bought international rights to the drama about a jazz drummer (Miles Teller) and his ruthless music teacher (J.K. Simmons).
Zoe Saldana may look delicate, what with those high cheekbones and slender frame. But she's a tough cookie as portrayed in her cover interview for Marie Claire's August issue, due to hit newsstands July 22. Which makes sense, given that she plays an assassin in her latest film, "Guardians of the Galaxy," opening Aug. 1. [Marie Claire] The last 12 months have been the most lucrative of Gisele Bundchen's career, reports Forbes, which estimates she made $47 million -- or about $128,000 per day -- thanks to lucrative modeling and product endorsment contracts. [Forbes] U.S. regional winners of this year's Woolmark Prize were named Monday night at an event in...