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"Foxcatcher," filmed in Western Pennsylvania, will debut at Cannes.
It was the leading man who drew some to the project in which Pittsburgh stands in for New York, including Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope.
Renovations are ahead of schedule, and theaters will reopen with stadium seating, new projection, sound system and lobby improvements.
The director goes crazier with color palette, bigger with global environmental message for film adding Andy Garcia, Bruno Mars voices.
A tribute to a rugged Pittsburgh-born actor who rose to stardom during World War II but is now largely forgotten.
"Kids for Cash" deals with the corruption of two Pennsylvania judges who locked up teens for minor transgressions.
Slim Forsythe launches a Kickstarter campaign to raise $10,000 for his "Live From Nied's Hotel" TV pilot.
Like a portable Overlook Hotel, antique looking glass is source of distortion and death in horror movie "Oculus," opening in theaters.
The star of "Draft Day" has figured out how to be a player in Hollywood.
Production trailers and trucks have blocked off some Shadyside streets for the shooting of "Fathers and Daughters" starring Russell Crowe.
The DreamOn Festival brings ice cream and free music to Market Square this weekend.
The Oscar winner and star of "Noah" was on-set Wednesday in Shadyside, marking his return after shooting "The Next Three Days" here in 2010.
Filmmaker Errol Morris mines thousands of memos and interviews former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in "Unknown Known" documentary.
Los Angeles Police Commander Andrew Smith said that Rooney was with his family when he died Sunday at his North Hollywood home.
The shop was featured in several scenes of the 1985 drama about a Philadelphia police detective who hides out with an Amish family.
The festival opens April 25 with a gala and over two dozen films, starting with the Palestinian "Omar" and ending with "Mourning Recipe."
Five faces to watch for in the latest Marvel entry, including the Winter Soldier of the title.
Producer Thomas Tull, who's also a part-owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, paid for the new field at his high school.
Norma Desmond from "Sunset Boulevard" was right: It's the pictures (or maybe just the screens) that got small, really small.
The annual film festivals resume today but wind down this weekend with foreign flavors and subjects light and deadly serious.
Fans can help chronicle the visit of stars Aaron Paul, Amanda Seyfried and Russell Crowe by sharing images at @pittsburghPG.
Linor Abargil and "Brave Miss World," her story forged from years, tears, fortitude and inspiration, is coming to Pittsburgh.
Joe Manganiello may be on the big screen, but he hasn't forgotten his passion for Pittsburgh or the Steelers.
The annual festival kicks off on a sweet note with "Cupcakes" tonight at the Manor, and then delves into darker and some comic subjects.
It's playing at The Manor Theatre in Squirrel Hill as part of the annual JFilm Festival.
Hollywood stars Aaron Paul, Amanda Seyfried, Justin Long, Russell Crowe, and many others have all made appearances in Pittsburgh during
In five decades of television and film work, James Rebhorn amassed more than 100 credits.
To go with "Twilight" and "The Hunger Games," Lionsgate now has a trio of young-adult franchises with the box-office leading "Divergent."
Heroines for young girls are rapidly changing, and the toy industry -- long adept at capitalizing on gender stereotypes -- is scrambling.
The Pittsburgh native and actor happily checks into "The Grand Budapest Hotel," as a European lawyer, for director Wes Anderson.
Filipp Velgach was one of six Pittsburghers who had traveled to Ukraine two weeks ago to work on the documentary "Gennadiy."
Danuta Walesa appears at Regent Square Theater screening of film about her husband, former Polish president and labor leader Lech Walesa
Shailene Woodley is having a moment and robust career, thanks to TV, "The Descendants," "Spectacular Now" and YA book to film adaptations.
New movie from "Cinema Paradiso" director among seven being shown in March and April for Italian Film Festival in Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Mellon University International Film Festival opens with a portrait of the charismatic Polish leader.
The film "Web Junkie" explores Chinese rehab centers for Internet "addicted" youth.
First week of CMU's International Film Festival will screen a half-dozen movies, including opening night selection, "Walesa: Man of Hope."
"Divergent" star Theo James talks raw eggs, Shailene Woodley, stunt work and how he resembles and differs from character Four in the film.