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Matthew McConaughey to Star in Gus Van Sant’s ‘Sea of Trees’

UPDATED: Ken Watanabe is also starring in the drama.

‘Milk’ Creators to Attend Russian LGBT Fest Despite Disruptions

Director Gus Van Sant, producer Bruce Cohen and writer Dustin Lance Black say they will be in St. Petersburg despite bomb scares and a controversy tied to a "Blue Is the Warmest Color" screening.

Gus Van Sant to Appear at St. Petersburg’s LGBT Film Festival

Amid controversy over Russia's new anti-gay law, the openly gay director is expected to express support for the local LGBT community.

MOCA Readies for Saturday Night Art Gala Featuring The Go-Go’s

The Los Angeles museum, now on more stable financial footing, will celebrate the opening of its new Urs Fischer exhibition with a gala celebration also featuring performances by Mark Mothersbaugh and Jennifer Herrema

BERLIN 2013: Steven Soderbergh’s ‘Side Effects,’ Shia LaBeouf Action Comedy in Competition

New films by Jafar Panahi, Bruno Dumont and Danis Tanovic also in running for Berlin Golden Bear.

‘Promised Land’: Matt Damon on When He’ll Direct His Own Project (Video)

The star and co-writer also was planning to direct the drama, but when his schedule wouldn’t allow it, Gus Van Sant stepped in.

Matt Damon Says Power to the People at ‘Promised Land’ Premiere

At the New York premiere of his film, the screenwriter/actor spoke to THR about the debate over fracking, as did environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Promised Land: Film Review

Co-writers Matt Damon and John Krasinski star in Gus Van Sant's movie about a small town asked to allow fracking on its land.

Director Roundtable: 6 Auteurs on Tantrums, Crazy Actors and Quitting While They’re Ahead

Ben Affleck shares a traumatic on-set memory, David O. Russell reveals which film he made with his "head up his ass" and Quentin Tarantino on when he'll call it quits: "I don't intend to be a director deep into my old age."

Late Cinematographer Harris Savides to Receive Plus Camerimage Honor

Director Gus van Sant, who collaborated with Savides on six films, will accept the festival's Director Duo Award.

What Richard Did: Film Review

Lenny Abrahamson's classy Irish suspense drama explores the aftershocks of a lethal act of violence on Dublin's gilded youth.

Cinematographer Harris Savides Dies at 55

His credits include "Zodiac," "Elephant," "Milk," "American Gangster" and the upcoming Sofia Coppola-directed film "The Bling Ring."