413 Search Results found for:
January 01, 1990 - October 28, 2012 + The Business
Morgan Spurlock talks about turning his cameras on the fans and phenomenon that is Comic-Con.
"The Hunger Games" is the biggest movie to hit theaters this year. Producer Nina Jacobson tells us how the movie came to be.
We look at the art of the heard -- but not seen -- voice actor. Three veterans on what it takes to succeed and why...
Navigating Pilot Season: How the ABC comedy Suburgatory went from idea, to pilot, to TV series.
Director Jay Roach and Writer Danny Strong turn the Sarah Palin Pygmalian story into an HBO movie.
We look at the film industries in Brazil and Russia through the very different success stories of two filmmakers.
Elvis Mitchell and Kim Masters discuss the Oscars and the Independent Spirit Awards, and share clips from interviews with some of this year's nominees. (Feb...
Joshua Marston's film about blood feuds sparks its own feud after being disqualified for an Oscar. Marston tells his side of the story. Plus, the...
Bill Lawrence, co-creator of Cougar Town, is taking his show to the people. He's self-funding viewing parties across the US where fans meet cast and...
Debating the Oscars' "lousy foreign film policy." Plus, YouTube launches an online film festival.
Howard Gordon, co-creator of Homeland and former show-runner of 24, talks about how both of these shows tapped into the very different zeitgeist of the...
The creators and stars of 'Portlandia' talk about turning their comedy videos into IFC's biggest hit. Plus, does IMDB perpetuate ageism in Hollywood?
We get an advance look at the Sundance Film Festival plus how Mortified went from stage to TV screen.
'Moneyball' director Bennett Miller and two of the film's producers tell the dramatic tale of the project's troubled journey from book to screen.
We re-air our in-depth conversation with filmmaker Werner Herzog. And we get some creative inspiration from Pixar animator Austin Madison and from Willie Downs-- the...