A window to your soulThink Facebook's got privacy problems? Just wait till you get a load of the latest scandal at Apple, which has apparently allowed some very prominent users of its iPad device -- think White House prominent -- to have their personal information exposed in an AT&T security ... More >>
A fund-raising 'Rock Star'?Heading into today's Gavin Newsom "New Direction for California" fund-raiser at the Palace Hotel -- when plenty of folks will shell out good money to San Francisco's gubernatorial candidate and erstwhile mayor -- it's worth taking a look at who has already ponied up the bi ... More >>
Steven Soderbergh, 20 years after his Sundance indie hit.
Winslet and Fiennes take the long and (Oscar-)worthy road to redemption.
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south.
Ben Stiller's Hollywood sendup lacks firepower.
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.
A hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment
After struggling uphill in the difficult yet potentially profitable world of computer animation films, Wild Brain is on the cusp of success
South Korea's first anime feature is beautiful, but not much more
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Overnight, a would-be auteur destroyed his future
J.M. Barrie gets a Hollywood makeover in Finding Neverland
Or, what does Miramax have against Asian films?
This season's cinema demands attention
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
Robert Altman wants your attention, if not your affection
Sandman author Neil Gaiman finds magic in the damnedest place