As I close my eyes before I go to sleep, the hours of footage I studied earlier that day replays in my head over and over again. The interview sound bites are imprinted in my mind as I piece them together on an imaginary timeline.
Filmmaker Edward Burns' 'Public Morals' Portrays Mythical Irish-American Cops like 'The French Connection's' Popeye Doyle
I was recently chatting with filmmaker Edward Burns who was excitedly talking about his new drama series, Public Morals, which premieres on August 25 on TNT. He was grateful that I'd found the series compelling with a host of outstanding elements from cinematography, set design and costuming to music.
I didn't know much about TV/Film production; I just knew that I wanted to make films and I didn't have the money to do it.
CTB: I get excited about things like watching the first class of midwifery students, whose tuition we funded, graduate and
Burns first announced "Brothers McMullen 2" in 2011. In an interview with HuffPost Entertainment at the 2012 Tribeca Film
As ASF's founder and executive director, and being Adrienne's widower, I am personally very grateful for the many loyal celebrity friends and supporters who believe in our mission while helping to keep Adrienne's memory and spirit alive.
Ed Burns fans happy that the writer-director's 11th film takes place on Long Island for the first time since "No Looking
In this exclusive clip from "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas," writer-director-star Edward Burns talks with Mike McGlone about what to do with their onscreen father for Christmas.
As you're reading this, a very bad movie that goes by the title of Alex Cross is playing in a theater somewhere near you. Alex Cross stars Tyler Perry (Star Trek) as the man who has his name in the title of this very bad movie. Is there any fathomable reason that you should spend the money that you earn working a job that you don't particularly care for just for chance to have some semblance of enjoyment in your free time (and food)?