Exactly 25 years ago this month, the largest audience ever for a TV movie tuned to ABC to watch a simulated nuclear holocaust.
The screenwriter behind â€œBeing John Malkovichâ€ and â€œEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mindâ€ makes his directorial debut.
Film documents massive migration of sardines that brings predators of all kinds together along the southeastern tip of the African continent.
The three-time Oscar winning director gives a preview and preface to his controversial film about President George W. Bush.
Director David Zucker talks about his new movie â€œAn American Carol,â€ a conservative spoof that lampoons the Left.
The director talks about his new film 'Miracle at St. Anna,' his public criticism of Clint Eastwood, and why he loves Barack Obama.
Actress Melissa Leo and director Courtney Hunt talk about their film, "Frozen River," about two women who smuggle illegal immigrants across the Canadian border.
Actor John Malkovich talks about finally playing a character more pretentious than himself in the Coen Brothers' new comedy â€œBurn After Reading.â€
The video shot in the midst of Hurricane Katrina that became the 2008 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Award-winning documentary.
The thriller "Tell No One " took a while to make it into American movie theaters, but it's finally here and it's a hit.