Word & Film caught up with the program director of the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program to talk about her books, the Emmys, and more.
MoMA is screening films from their Auteurist History of Film series, and as it happens, a good portion of the program is comprised of top-tier filmmaking inspired by source material.
Word & Film catches up with Sharon Stone, whose recent turn as Linda Lovelace’s mother did indeed show off her maternal side.
‘Kick-Ass 2′ isn’t the only thing that appeared on our radar this morning. Also: Wozniak on ‘Jobs,’ Naomi Watts still terrified, and stunning ‘Dune’ artwork.
In an unscripted moment at the Locarno Film Festival, a conversation between THR and Werner Herzog moved into the realm of books and reading. And really, we’re not surprised.
Is it too soon to make not one — but two — biopics of Steve Jobs? And which should we be more excited about?
Word & Film caught up with the many-hatted Oprah Winfrey just as her latest big-screen movie adaptation project hits theaters.
Tharp on the adaptation of ‘The Spectacular Now’: ‘I met director James Ponsoldt and watched some of the performances. I could tell they really got what I’d written.’