It has been a banner year for female filmmakers, whose prowess behind
the lens showed up onscreen in romantic comedies, war movies and
art-house gems. Here, three of our favorite game changers.
In his first major foray into the American film industry, Australian Director John Hillcoat (The Proposition) has brought Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Road, to the big screen. The film, which opens today, explores...
For 40 years, Ingmar Bergman lived, worked and found inspiration on
the windswept Swedish island of Faro. Here, for the first time, a view
into his deeply personal realm.
The young daredevil director of Sin Nombre.
His aristo family hails from Rome, but filmmaker Tao Ruspoli prefers Venice—California, that is.
The director of Watchmen shows off his tattoos and extolls his philosophy of more is more.
British artist Steve McQueen makes his debut at the cineplex with the harrowing film Hunger.