The Academy Award-winning director, who has walked the line between making arthouse and blockbuster films for the last 20 years, is ready for retirement.
The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire happened a century ago, but the labor-safety issues that led to the disaster are relevant today.
The surprisingly natural tools used to make the sound effects in "Star Wars" are explained in J. R. Rizler's new book.
Colin Firth talks with The Takeaway about why it's easy for audiences to relate to England's King George VI in the new film, "The King's Speech."
Author Fran Lebowitz shares her tough read on today's culture in Scorsese's new documentary, "Public Speaking."
In the film "127 Hours", director Danny Boyle uses his unconventional style to tell the story of Aron Ralston, the hiker who amputated his arm to save his life.
From Frank Capra to Robert Altman, here is a list of the best films to watch around the election.
Director Lisa Cholodenko on making an accessible, touching film out of what could have been an outsider art-house flick.
The film "Obama Anak Menteng," or "Obama the Menteng Kid," is giving Indonesian audiences a fictionalized window in to the President's formative years.
William Kentridge's films create a space where South Africans can remember and come to grips with the atrocities of apartheid.