Woody Allen & Cannes
A colorful crowd gathered for last Thursday's opening of Thirty Days NY, a new pop-up gallery in TriBeCa curated by the savvy owners of Los Angeles's Family bookstore, known for its eclectic offerings by up-and-coming...
Social star–turned–filmmaker Anne Bass readies her first documentary.
School drop-offs, diaper changes and the occasional love scene—all the
while being stalked by the paparazzi. Jennifer Garner masters the art of
She’s no longer the larger-than-life box office star of the Eighties and
Nineties, but with a slate of quirky indie roles and a horde of digital
followers, Demi Moore is reinventing her career. Call it Demi 2.0.
Already garnering raves on the festival circuit, Tom Ford’s directorial
debut, A Single Man, starring Colin Firth, is ready for its close-up.
Jacques Garcia has been an architect and decorator for more than three decades, but he became a star in the Nineties due to two Paris projects: the ever-trendy Costes hotel and the Sultan of Brunei’s...
After divorce and a few years of flying below Hollywood’s radar,
Uma Thurman is ready to give marriage and superstardom another shot.
The Welsh actor has a knack for playing real-life characters—and the occasional Lycan.
Newcomer Gabourey Sidibe and comedian Mo’Nique will astonish audiences in their new drama.
At 70, Bergman’s muse Liv Ullmann is still breaking new ground.
In his latest fashion documentary series, filmmaker Loïc Prigent
captures the guts and the glory.
Ridley Scott's daughter directs her first feature.
In Jane Campion’s new film, Bright Star, Abbie Cornish shines as poet
John Keats’s inspiration.
Two new documentaries depict the sometimes torturous quest to look good.
After a string of smoldering dramatic roles, former stand-up comic Eric
Bana learns to laugh again in Funny People.