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January 01, 1990 - December 11, 2012 + The Business
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...
Kim Masters, John Horn and Michael Schneider banter about the top entertainment news stories of 2011.
Matt Damon on how director Cameron Crowe wooed him to star in We Bought a Zoo, the challenges of being a really big star and...
Visual effects supervisor Legat on working with Martin Scorsese and James Cameron, and how movies like 'The Godfather' could work in 3-D. Plus, a forgotten...
Selling the NC-17 rated movie, Shame. Plus, the fate and state of movie theaters.
The writers behind Bridesmaids go from improv to screenwriting with a little help from their friends.
The filmmakers behind The Artist discuss on making a B&W silent film, in the era of 3D blockbusters. Plus two of the comedy minds behind...
The voice of Elmo (Sesame Street) shares his love of puppeteering and the head of Walt Disney Animation reaches out to those striving to work...
Werner Herzog on his fascination with death row, his stop-at-nothing-approach to filmmaking, his "vile and debased" persona and the challenge of eating his own shoe.