Paul Schrader

Directors Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow pay tribute to Brian De Palma in the best way possible in the documentary, De Palma
Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro converged at the Tribeca Film Festival.
JAMES COBURN: COOL DADDY I know you were also very close to Bruce Lee. Tell us about Bruce. R.G. Armstrong saved my life
Venice outstripped any expectations I might have brought to the experience. It was far more cinematic than any movie could do justice to.
Admiring his central actor, Toni Servillo, I asked Paolo Sorrentino how he directed him in the key brilliance of being both text and subtext simultaneously. Having worked with Servillo before, Sorrentino said, I just tell him, go.
Lindsay Lohan received some of her best reviews in recent years for her work in last summer's "The Canyons," but director
The Canyons offers insight into an all-too-familiar world of boredom and desperation, relationships and compromises, closeness and the abyss that separates us from our lovers. Although I wanted to dislike it, to be "cool" like my fellow critics, I ended up falling in love with the film.
Speculations ran wild after director Paul Schrader seemed to make disparaging remarks about his work with the actress. When
Typical of groovy gallerists everywhere, Ms. Rowe has chosen a nontraditional approach for her new space to match her eclectic exhibition choices.
There is ample reason to be interested in The Canyons, the latest Lindsay Lohan film that seems to be on everyone's lips and laptop screens. It's undoubtedly provoking, though often times not for a good reason.