Clerks

Red Bank, NJ claims no place in U.S. History. There are no illustrious museums or even major corporations here. So what is it about Red Bank that earned it one of Smithsonian Magazine's Coolest Towns?
The Sun Valley Film Festival is young, with an attitude that is reflective of the city. The programming offers a preference for content over tinsel. The third annual film festival is presented this March 13-16.
I'll miss you, Jim. Thanks for shaping the last two decades of my life. Rest in peace knowing you were an absolute success and, with the exception of that one mall picture, you made some excellent, unforgettable movies.
With the 2014 Sundance Film Festival underway, What's Trending wanted to dig up the coolest song and dance scenes to come
Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Lisa Kudrow and Burnie Burns sit down for a discussion about the future of web television and how technology is changing the entertainment and media industries.
I love "Avengers," it’s well done and it’s unlike a lot of movies where motherfuckers are like, "Oh, my girlfriend needs
When I am elderly I will surely be telling tales of going to Blockbuster on a Friday night and browsing the aisles for the perfect weekend flick.
My life will always boil down to two eras: B.C. and A.D. B.C. stands for, of course, Before Clerks -- when I was just a fat guy, not The Fat Guy Who Made CLERKS. A.D. marks After Dante -- the existence I've led since Miramax bought my first flick back in 1994.
At least that was the case for Kevin Smith. The director and 'Jay and Silent Bob' star told Joy Behar about his 65-pound
Sundance has transformed over the years from a film festival -- which implies the celebration of film and filmmakers -- into a film market, where products are bought and sold.
There are a lot of elements of modern cinema on which I'd like to see a moratorium declared. I feel as though there isn't
"It's sad when you realize you can't be the angry young man anymore. The angry young man is barely ever interesting, and tolerable in his 20s. But his late 20s? Early 30s? God forbid late 30s? You can't anymore."
I'm upstairs at Kevin Smith's house, putting a fresh videotape into my camcorder. We've already shot an hour of interview footage and Smith is attempting to hold a thought in his head while I'm doing the tape swap.