The Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the oldest theatrical organization in the United States, has selected Golden Globe nominated actor, Ryan Reynolds as the recipient of its 2017 Man of the Year Award.
Bill Marshall, founder of the Toronto International Film Festival, passed away early New Year’s morning from a cardiac arrest while in hospital in Toronto
Actress Debbie Reynolds, died today, Wednesday, December 28, one day after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher. She was 84.
Actor and comedian Ricky Harris, known for Dope (2015) among many other television and film credits, died on Monday, December 26. He was 54.
Carrie Fisher died early today, Tuesday, days after suffering a heart attack on Friday, December 23. She was 60.
Chicago filmmaker, David Steiner, has been confirmed dead and nine other people injured following a road accident in Uganda on Monday.
Carrie Fisher, famous for her role as Princess Leia in ‘Star Wars’ and also the subject of the documentary Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds suffered a massive heart attack
Margo Pelletier, a filmmaker from Hudson, New York, died on November 27 from cancer. She is known for exploring themes of gender, identity and politics in her films.
Keo Woolford, who wrote, directed and produced the 2013 independent film The Haumana, died Monday at a hospital in Oahu, Hawaii, after suffering a stroke, reports The Hollywood Reporter. He was 49.
For five decades, Helen Mirren has captivated audiences in theaters and cinemas—and her stature just keeps growing. In an exclusive interview with AARP The Magazine (ATM), Mirren gives us a provocative look into the mind and life of one of Hollywood’s most versatile and daring performers.
Florence Henderson, best know for playing the 1970s sitcom mom Carol Brady on “The Brady Bunch,” died Thursday. She was 82.
Sharon Jones the voice behind the Dap-Kings and the subject of the award winning documentary MISS SHARON JONES! died on Friday at a hospital in Cooperstown, New York
Whether his characters are doing stand-up comedy, eating spaghetti in fancy hotels, or devoting their lives to conjuring the Devil himself, Grand Rapids native and filmmaker Joel Potrykus has no trouble making sure it gets really, really weird.
Andy Ostroy, the husband of director Adrienne Shelly, whose life was tragically cut short in 2006, spoke out against the right-wing attempts to use his wife’s brutal murder to aid their anti-immigration campaign in an opinion piece for The New York Times
Academy Award–winning actor Robert De Niro will be honored at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 44th Chaplin Award Gala on Monday, May 8, 2017.
Oscar-Winning Polish Film Director Andrzej Wajda died on Sunday night, reportedly of lung failure after being in a medically induced coma for days. He was 90.
Actress Diane Keaton will honored with the 45th AFI Life Achievement Award, the highest honor for a career in film.
Nate Parker recently sat down with Anderson Cooper for a 60 Minutes interview that will air this Sunday, October 2 on CBS. In the interview Anderson Cooper asks Parker if he felt guilty about what happened that night
Actor Bill Nunn, known for playing Radio Raheem in Spike Lee’s film DO THE RIGHT THING passed away earlier this morning in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was 62.
Founder and Chairman of New Regency, Producer Arnon Milchan will receive the Industry Tribute at the 2016 IFP Gotham Awards.
Turkish actor Tahsin Tarık Üregil, aka Tarık Akan, referred to as “one of the most notable names of the “Yeşilçam” era of modern Turkish cinema”, died Friday in Istanbul, after battling cancer. He was 66.
The European Film Academy will present Jean-Claude Carrière with the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD for his outstanding body of work, at the 29th European Film Awards Ceremony
British actor Aaron Eaton died earlier last week, on Wednesday, days after the premiere of his latest film, Brotherhood. He was 29.
Alexis Arquette actress and sister of David Arquette, Patricia Arquette, Rosanna Arquette, and Richmond Arquette has died at the age of 47.