Just because they’re not real documentaries doesn’t mean you won’t learn anything.
One year after Dylan Farrow’s allegation, I’m still struggling with how to omit one of my favorite filmmakers from my life.
At a Sundance Film Festival panel, the creators of Girls and The Mindy Project discussed how male creators don’t face the same confusion between creator and creation. And yes, Woody Allen came up.
Robert Greenblatt, NBC’s entertainment chairman, spoke publicly for the first time on Friday about how the network’s Bill Cosby sitcom blew up.
Despite sexual assault allegations against him resurfacing last year, Allen has another new project in the works.
From Marvel Studios’ highs to Sony Pictures’ lows, from Scarlett Johansson kicking butt to Adam Sandler bombing out, here are the highlights and lowlights in the movies this year.
The allegations the beloved comedian thought would fade away resurfaced earlier this year, and in mere months, the career Cosby had built was over.
Behind every great male character is some chick, I think.
Magic in the Moonlight is a paper-thin trifle — but somehow is still hard to watch. BuzzFeed Film Critic Alison Willmore and Chief Los Angeles Correspondent Kate Aurthur discuss the film’s pitfalls.
The filmmaker shared his cheery outlook on life when speaking to press about his new movie Magic in the Moonlight.
RIP to the ultimate lady who lunches.
The director of photography for classics like The Godfather and Manhattan was a master of light and shadow. “I never thought of anything as being iconic,” he once said.
Adapting a motion picture for Broadway isn’t a new trend, but this season, there are several notable musicals based on classic films. Here’s how they compare to the source material.
For the first time since Dylan Farrow’s February New York Times editorial that called out the actress, Diane Keaton has spoken out in support of Woody Allen.
If you’ve paid attention to indie film over the past few years, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Chris Messina’s work — but he wasn’t always one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. In his own words, Messina recounts a career trajectory full of challenges, from getting cut out of a Meryl Streep movie and nearly quitting the business to stumbling over Aaron Sorkin’s complex dialogue on The Newsroom.
He’s worked with Spielberg and appeared on Seinfeld. He’s directed Philip Seymour Hoffman and been directed by George Clooney and Wes Anderson. In his own words, he talks through his remarkable professional journey.
And his name was met with tepid applause in an otherwise rousing speech.
Plus how you do things differently than Beyoncé, an amazing Instagram account from Australia, and “Sesame Street Fighter.”
The director’s rebuttal to Dylan Farrow’s allegations that he molested her depicts his ex, Mia Farrow, as a deceitful, manipulative, hate-mongering witch who brainwashed his child. A close examination of his own statements paints a different picture.
In Allen’s irate and final defense against his daughter’s allegations of sexual assault, there is a particularly strange paragraph.
The Oscar Award-winning director speaks out in the New York Times about the allegations that he sexually assaulted his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow when she was 7 years old. Updated - Feb. 8, 11:17 a.m. ET: Dylan Farrow has released a statement in response to Allen’s letter. She said, “I won’t let the truth be buried and I won’t be silenced.”
Every two minutes, someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted. A look at the cultural factors behind the statistic.
Mia Farrow’s daughter Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times on Saturday in which she describes being sexually assaulted by Woody Allen. Updated — Feb. 2, 5:30 p.m ET: A spokesperson for Woody Allen called Farrow’s allegations “untrue and disgraceful.”
UPDATED: “A woman has publicly detailed Woody Allen’s molestation of her at age 7. GoldenGlobe tribute showed contempt for her & all abuse survivors,” Mia Farrow tweeted.
Being a chosen person on Christmas isn’t so bad. Here are 30 movies that capture something about Jewish culture.
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-la-di-da, la la. Or something like that.
Because you’ve already seen A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving a thousand times.
It’s pretty much exactly what you might expect. (He was already pretty successful.)
Louis CK, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Ellen DeGeneres: They all had to start somewhere. The hair and fashion alone make these must-watch clips.