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Industry Picks: Gaby Hoffman, Ellie Kemper, More Reveal Favorite New York Movies

While Noah Baumbauch's Big Apple-comedy 'Mistress America' gets released, several actors honor Scorsese, Allen and Warhol as the filmmakers that capture the bright lights, big city.

Zombie Master George Romero on “Hollywood Mafia,” Cable TV’s Appeal

"You can be a little tougher on cable. You don't have to be as gentle," the 'Night of the Living Dead' director said at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.

‘Learning to Drive’ Takes Provincetown Festival Audience Award

The 17th edition of the Cape Cod film event also saw prizes go to French actress-turned-director Melanie Laurent's 'Breathe,' and to the documentaries 'Packed in a Trunk' and 'Outermost Radio.'

‘The Last Summer of the Rich’ (‘Der letzte Sommer der Reichen’): Berlin Review

Cult Austrian auteur Peter Kern upholds Berlin film festival tradition with this year's obligatory sub-Fassbinder portrait of sexually depraved Eurotrash monsters

Director John Waters Has a New Art Exhibit

The 'Hairspray' helmer's exhibit opens Friday at Marianne Boesky in New York, and here, THR gets Waters' take on his work and the imperfection of film and art

John Waters on Pia Zadora: “People Secretly Root For Her”

"In the beginning, it was so weird because her husband was a lot older and she looked like she was 12," recalls the 'Hairspray' director

Golden Globes: Pia Zadora Defends Controversial Win, Insists Ex-Husband “Did Not Buy” Award

Thirty-three years after her big night, the 'Butterfly' star reminisces about the uproar over her being named new star of the year — beating out the likes of Kathleen Turner and Elizabeth McGovern…

‘My Mistress’: Riga Review

Emmanuelle Beart cracks the whip as a sultry French dominatrix whose milkshake brings all the boys to the yard in this Australian rites-of-passage debut

Critic’s Notebook: Why the Film ‘Once’ Became a Hit Broadway Musical But ‘Rocky’ Did Not

Still, upcoming productions of 'Honeymoon in Vegas,' 'Finding Neverland,' 'An American in Paris,' 'Doctor Zhivago' and 'Gigi' suggest the movie-to-musical trend is alive and kicking

John Waters Hosts 16th Annual Provincetown International Film Festival

The festival, which took over Cape Cod's gay fishing village -- in the words of Waters -- from June 18 through 22, honored Patricia Clarkson and premiered Jonathan Demme's "A Master Builder."

David Cronenberg Talks Hollywood and Being the King of Venereal Horror

The Filmmaker on the Edge honoree swapped stories with fellow indie iconoclast John Waters in a lively Q&A at the 16th Provincetown Film Festival.