Documentary maker Alex Gibney shines light on Julian Assange others and whether they're free-speech champions or traitors.
"Jack the Giant Slayer" and "Stoker" are hitting store shelves.
Pittsburgh Filmmakers offers opportunities to hone new skills during a gap year or sabbatical.
Robert Downey Jr. may not be a real superhero, but he sure acted like one for a little Massachusetts boy.
Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy met before sunrise 18 years ago, reconnected before sunset and face mid-life challenges in "Before Midnight."
Oscar-nominated filmmaker Josh Fox will take questions after free screening of his "Gasland" sequel June 20 at Soldiers & Sailors Hall.
The most violent Superman movie ever shows callous disregard for civilian life. This is what Hollywood thinks sells today?
The National Association of Theatre Owners recommended new guidelines to film studios that would cap movie preview trailers at 2 minutes.
The reboot is more action-packed than previous Superman films as it introduces British actor Henry Cavill and pairs him with two dads.
Henry Cavill joins an elite club of actors who played Superman on screen large and small.
True, we flirted with Batman thanks to his Pittsburgh connections, but Superman was our first superhero, whether on the page or screen.
"Oz the Great and Powerful," "No Pryor Restraint: Life in Concert," and "Snitch."
Guess there won't be sequel to "This Is the End," which really means it, thanks to Seth Rogen, trying to ride out the apocalypse with pals.
Former Boston newspaperman Larry Tye tugged on Superman's cape and wrote a comprehensive bio of the hero marking his diamond anniversary.
PS3 game keeps zombie threat as a looming menace while delivering on action, narrative and character
Murder is legal, just for 12 hours once a year, in the United States of the future in horror/thriller starring Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey.
The Greta Gerwig-starring film is a rom-com without much rom that has a too-quick resolution.
The onetime "Wedding Crashers" are now vying for a dream job at Google in this new comedy.
Armstrong County's Riverside Drive-In raising money to convert to digital, while Rave theater changes to Cinemark in North Hills
A local filmmaker spurs community involvement by shooting a horror movie called "Croaker."
Rated PG-13, the comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson is suitable for mature high school students and older.
Legislation introduced to uncap the state Film Tax Credit program.
Divorce drama "What Maisie Knew," foreign rom-com "Love Is All You Need" and "The Source Family" documentary opening on single screens today
Free movies, with art themes ranging from Maxo Vanka murals to original Mad Man, will be shown at Harris during Three Rivers Arts Festival.
The weakest of the "Die Hard" movies aspires to be all action all the time; "Identity Thief" banks on our affection for its stars.
The real-life physician was superintendent of the Oregon psychiatric hospital where the Oscar-winning film was shot.
The film starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo and Morgan Freeman keeps the magic tricks moving at a fast and furious pace.
Fear is the real enemy in M. Night Shyamalan's "After Earth," starring Will Smith and Jaden Smith as futuristic father and teenage son.
'The Sixth Sense' catapulted director M. Night Shyamalan to fame, but in recent years he has slipped as a box-office draw.
'Kon-Tiki' shares classic sea quest with a new age.
Gala honoring 'The Chief' cast and crew will raise funds for renovation of Mt. Lebanon's Denis; a Spaghetti Western Dinner in Stowe
Catholic nuns are allowed to tell their own, compelling stories about joyfully serving God and society in "Band of Sisters," at the Harris.
'Doctor Who', 'Covert Affairs', 'Bettlejuice', 'Longmire'
It's fast, furious and getting crowded in this franchise with good drivers, bad drivers and moves stolen from Flying Wallendas playbook.
Action-packed and cast-heavy sixth installment of series contains some profanity and sexual situations and lots of car chases and crashes.
Honey, they shrunk the animated character with the voice of Amanda Seyfried in "Epic," also featuring talents of Beyonce, Josh Hutcherson.
Main character Changez's choice is a tough one, between his Islamic roots and the American Dream.
"Martin," and its star, John Amplas, will be at Hollywood Theater June 22, with film freebies elsewhere this weekend.
"Hunger Games" star lends his voice to the new movie "Epic."
This lush period drama opens with the great French artist in the winter of his life. A young woman appears, changing the family dynamic ...
The actor says goodbye to comedy trilogy and TV series within a two-week period and concludes, "It's completely bonkers."
"Beautiful Creatures," "Stand Up Guys," "Parker" and "Side Effects."
"Metro: Last Light" is an intense game of survival.
It's last call for "The Hangover" comedy franchise as director, stars call it quits at three and a return to Vegas where it all began.
Production of the DreamWorks' time-travel thriller "Glimmer," starring Jeremy Allen White, has been postponed.
The film about the first black player to break the color barrier in baseball offers lessons for all ages.
Richard Konzen at Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh Glass Center summer lecture series, Pittsburgh Film Office discussion and more.
No one is idle in "Star Trek Into Darkness," not when J.J. Abrams takes the con and makes actress Zoe Saldana as Lt. Uhura speak Klingon.
The Iceman cometh and he probably has a gun or other lethal weapon in his hands as he kills 100 people in this true-life tale.
Plsu: 'Glimmer' casting; Free film; BET Awards; Silk Screen adds showing.
Pittsburgh native Zachary Quinto sprints deeper into stardom with his second turn as Spock in J.J. Abrams' sequel "Star Trek Into Darkness."
"Poppy Hill": Tame but tender Japanese film beautifully evokes life and love in 1964.
Documentary tells tale of Pittsburgh marble shooters competing at National Marbles Tournament.
"Cloud Atlas," "Texas Chainsaw" and "Beware of Mr. Baker."
"Into Darkness" gains most of its PG-13 rating from its violent and scary situations.
Silk Screen Film Festival transports moviegoers to the "Valley of Saints" and desperate, duplicitous corners of New Delhi in "B.A. Pass."
East meets Pittsburgh in robust second batch of "Silk Screen" film festival features showing today through Sunday night at four venues.
The second J.J. Abrams prequel plunges Kirk & Co. into an action-packed adventure while revamping some established "Trek" lore.
"Can You Do That In Public?," a talk on public art; writer Nathaniel Philbrick at Writers LIVE; "Wake Up and Dream" with Bridgette Perdue...
A Carnegie Mellon faculty member's movie script about a wedding planner looking for the perfect date was the winner at a competition.
At work on his new novel, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" author Stephen Chbosky still has Pittsburgh on his mind.
Summertime and the living is loud and heroic, based on the six dozen movies (at least) coming our way through Labor Day.
Free movies offered in the Pittsburgh parks.
"The Great Gatsby" is aimed at a new generation happy to mix hip-hop, handsome leads, 3-D and a contemporary vibe to the 1920s classic.
It's a new twist on meeting the parents but starring Craig Robinson, Kerry Washington and David Alan Grier and set in the tony Hamptons.
"Gatsby" stands unchallenged as the purest expression of America's promise of success, the hope that drove Jimmy Gatz to become Jay Gatsby.
Forum focuses on black issues; 'Hangover' ending earlier; 'Star Trek' at Science Center
The actress talks about Daisy Buchanan, designer dresses and how lucky she was that "The Great Gatsby" isn't a fatter, out-of-print novel.
Hypejar is a virtual crystal ball for pop culture. Amazon Originals web TV pilots are worth tuning in. Grooveshark a boon for Web DJs
"No One Lives" but no one may care when it comes to this R-rated film about a couple who don't want any trouble but get and give plenty.
Free movies during Three Rivers Arts Festival will visit or revisit activist Ai Weiwei, "mad man" Bert Stern and memorable Vanka murals.
Silk Screen Film Festival opens Friday with gala Downtown setting stage for annual event stretching to May 19 and occupying four venues.
The Asian film festival opens in Pittsburgh with wealth of movies with variety.
'Jack Reacher' and 'Safe Haven'
The online video has more than 36,000 views on YouTube in its first six days and reminds us that we sometimes take local beauty for granted.
It's the tax credit that really sweetens the pot, in many cases making the difference between shooting here or elsewhere.
"Star Trek Into Darkness," sequel to 2009 hit, will boldly go into theaters a day earlier than planned, on May 16, Paramount announces.
Mike Gray, a writer and filmmaker who tackled thorny contemporary issues in his work, died at age 77.
Spielberg to tackle the story of U.S. sniper Chris Kyle as his next directorial project. Bradley Cooper will star.
Also: Fred Rogers movie report draws perplexed response from his company; Oaks Theater ready to roll out Moonlit Matinee Film Festival.
"Disconnect" is a cautionary tale about cyberbullying, connecting online with strangers and staring at screens instead of your loved ones.
Setting aside stacks of comic books and years of reading, a fan looks at "Iron Man 3" and finds the superhero universe is strange.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy in a movie supposedly loaded with signs and symbols, "Room 237" claims about "The Shining."
The third outing takes some nifty twists and proves better than the second installment, but it's not as memorable as the first movie.
Five short films will have their Pittsburgh premieres at the second annual Robinson International Short Film Competition.
Welcome to summer. It arrives at 9 tonight, the earliest time many theaters will show "Iron Man 3."
'Silver Linings Playbook,' 'Not Fade Away,' 'The Guilt Trip'
Fetch the popcorn and butter and cue the superheroes, it's summer movie season, and it starts today with "Iron Man 3" flying high.
Since the fall of communism, the former Soviet Union has been redefining class, and Pitt's Russian Film Symposium follows suit.
The 15th annual event at University of Pittsburgh kicks off today on campus with "Chapiteu-Show I." Wednesday night: "Kokolo" at Melwood.
Hollywood's current Spock co-stars with Cherry Jones when the show transfers to New York in September.
Dave Grohl films a love letter to the studio that's home to Neil Young, Fleetwood Mac and Nirvana.
The Richland performer turns 13, appears with Jose Carreras and makes her big-screen debut as Robert Redford's daughter.
Anthony Mackie focused on building bodies, camaraderie and a character based on a real death row occupant, plus what August Wilson told him.
Matthew McConaughey, James McDaniel and Lynn Whitfield experience their own pain and gain in two new movies.
Regal, AMC and Cinemark movie chains reach deal with Disney to show "Iron Man 3," first expected blockbuster of summer season.
The Sapphires turn back the clock to 1968 when an aboriginal girl group heads to Vietnam to sing, dance and delight American soldiers.
Three movies opening today are reviewed from a family perspective.
Robert Redford is a fugitive turned small-town lawyer with Shia LaBeouf as a cocky young newspaperman on his trail.
Silk Screen draws from across the Asian world and the United States for its eighth film festival in Pittsburgh, May 10-19.