Actress Cassavetes makes her directoral debut with "Kiss of Death," a sober drama which puts the bite back in being undead.
Focusing on a relationship between a teacher and student, “In the House” fuses classic storytelling techniques with modern twists and dark humor.
CU alumnus Beau Willimon discusses how he helmed "House of Cards" with the odds stacked against him.
Though visually stunning, Terrence Malick's latest film lacks character development.
The actors and screenwriters behind Antoine Fuqua's new action flick discuss how they tried to make it as realistic as possible.
Jamund Washington, SoA ’10, produced "Gimme the Loot," which was released on March 22 and was the Grand Jury Winner in the Narrative Feature Competition at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival.
The creators of "The Hangover" take a shot at a drunken college comedy as an undergrad turns 21 ... the night before an important interview.
Director James Ponsoldt, SoA graduate, speaks to his new film "Smashed," a romance following the downward spiraling of a married, alcoholic couple
The Ferris Reel Film Society draws a large crowd for their screening of summer hit film "The Avengers"—and has bigger plans for the rest of the semester.
Four student share their fondest Thanksgiving memories.
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