Pakistani films used to provide an escape of sorts for those trying to forget about the troubles of the day, but now Pakistan's home grown cinema is struggling to survive.
Linguist Marc Okrand talks about the process of creating a language for Hollywood.
"Star Trek" isn't just a summer blockbuster -- some of it is real science, like warp speed and the flip phone.
Ben Hong taught Jamie Foxx how to play for the new film "The Soloist," and describes the challenges of teaching a movie star how to fake it as a cellist.
Feature film "Sugar" traces the path of Dominican baseball players -- like Sammy Sosa -- from South America to the Major Leagues in the US.
The film "Tokyo Sonata" centers on a middle-class Japanese man who gets laid off from his job, then tries to hide it from his family.
The graphic novel "Watchmen" wowed a generation of readers in 1986; twenty-three years later, it's making its big-screen debut -- but is it too late to save itself?
Nominated for an Oscar in the Best Foreign Language category, "The Class" looks so real, some might think it's a documentary.
The documentary "The Conscience of Nhem En" is up for an Oscar this year; it is about a young soldier during the Khmer Rouge who took photos of thousands of people before they were tortured and killed.
Olson explains why his film "Flock of Dodos" ridicules the arrogance of scientists and the many contradictions of the intelligent design movement.