Hollywood stars gathered Sunday for their biggest night of self-congratulation and reaffirmation of their liberal beliefs: the Academy Awards.
A stunning Oscar night gaffe created one of the most surprising moments in live television history on Sunday after the wrong Best Picture winner was initially announced.
Weiner is a documentary about failure—unremitting, unrelenting, personal, professional, and moral failure. Failure of the sort you rarely get to see in real time.
The State Department is planning to spend $90,000 for a film festival about climate change in India.
Despite the name on the marquee and the content of the advertising campaign, this is very much a film about Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.).
At some point last week as I was working my way through Metropolitan, Barcelona, and The Last Days of Disco—Whit Stillman’s triptych from the 1990s, each for sale separately and also helpfully collected in a new set by the Criterion Collection*—I realized that Chris Eigeman was my spirit animal.
Plans to screen “Zoolander 2” at a private college in California fell through after college students complained the movie was too offensive in its portrayal of individuals who identify with the LBGT community.
John Waters, the iconic director whose films are widely considered hallmarks of American gay culture, questioned the “radical” nature of Bruce Jenner’s male-to-female transition in an interview in published in the Spectator on London on Thursday.