Debra Winger

The "Watch What Happens Live" host called the show "rough."
The seasoned co-stars talk misogyny, rom-coms and the state of celebrity culture.
With a juicy dramatic role in HBO's smash success Confirmation and weekly chance to show off her hilarious comedic chops
According to its songwriter, Michael Schumacher... "'Brisé,' written for choreographer Liz Gerring, features bits of glass
In my last post, I talked about two kinds of faith, and it was clear from the responses that some don't think faith can seek understanding and thus undergo scrutiny. I presented the 20th century writer and intellectual C. S. Lewis as an example of that type of faith. I hope to clarify my meaning.
My cinematic crème de la crème takes many forms. It may be one line of dialogue all on its own, or an entire scene's worth. It might be a look or a gesture from one character to another, or to no one in particular. It might be as simple as the quality of light the director captured at a window in early morning.
Boychoir, a new feel-good, but very real and inspirational drama that screens at the Windsor International Film Festival, serves up both music and a story that is, well, transcendental.
In this exclusive audio montage I talk with gay and straight celebrity filmmakers at the 16th annual Provincetown International Film Festival press luncheon.
"Love is Strange" -- directed by Ira Sachs "Hector: Lost Souls with Switchblades" -- directed by Jeff Compton "Last Farewell
This week I talked with Jared Earley, Interim Managing Director of the Provincetown International Film Festival, which is
Much of the first half of Jonathan Demme's Rachel Getting Married (2008) seems to concern itself with the sibling rivalry
Learn more about recalling dreams in the video above. Then, tell us in the comments the methods you use to remember your
Today we meet in person for the first time in six years, on a bench by the Hudson River in Harlem. She brings sandwiches and coffee and we catch up, as the river flows. Her older son, the one I photographed, is now a college grad, and an up and coming independent filmmaker.
As the dust settled, I asked a bunch of industry people to comment anonymously on what they consider to be the biggest surprises of the fall season and one of my unsolved mysteries of 2012-2013.
David Mamet is so distinctive that his name became an adjective. So he'll survive this week in which his play The Anarchist immediately posted a closing notice for Dec. 16 and a revival of his Glengarry Glen Ross opened with a starry cast and less starry reviews.
Flight is the story of a flawed man enabled by the fact that he rarely loses control. That a hotel mini-bar can be scarier than a plane flailing in midair is a measure of this classic cautionary tale, one of the best pictures as award season approaches.
A version of this post also appears on Gossip Central. I wanted to ask Penny about the process of working with her ghost
Lola Versus is all like an extended episode of Girls, minus that series' self-lacerating sense of humor. Or any sense of humor.