There will be many accolades in the months to come, paying appropriate tribute to the fantasy filmmaking legend, Ray Harryhausen, who passed last month, at 92
The new movie “Electrick Children” is a coming-of-age story about a Mormon teenager whose world gets rocked, to so speak, after getting her first taste of rock music.
A poised, smiling Anne Hathaway accepted the Academy Award For Best Supporting Actress on Sunday night for her role in Les Miserables. Christoph Waltz earned his second supporting-actor Oscar for “Django Unchained.”
Coppola joined us on Wednesday to chat about his new independent film starring Charlie Sheen, “A Glimpse Into the Mind of Charles Swan III.”
In honor of Veterans Day 2012, we’ve compiled our favorite films that best define the heroism, horrors, camaraderie, and honor you find during wartime.
Speaking Friday on his weekly WOR radio show, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said reaction from an anti-Islam film is “exactly what you should have expected.”
The weather may not have been perfect in New York City last weekend, but it was nothing but rainbows at Lincoln Center as NewFest: the NY LGBT Film Festival kicked off their 24th event on Friday night.
Angelo Guglielmo, director of the documentary “The Woman Who Wasn’t There,” shares his tips on documentary making.
In this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2’s Don Dahler gets a preview and prediction on Sunday night’s Academy Awards.
Governor Chris Christie is a hero, but few others are in a documentary about New Jersey that hits theaters tonight.
The Jacob Burns Film Center will once again be broadcasting the National Theatre Live from London.
A Travolta has come home to New Jersey, but it’s not John. It’s his brother, Joey, and he’s treating some special children to a unique summer camp.