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‘A Quiet Place’ Star Millicent Simmonds Teaming With Rachel Brosnahan for Helen Keller Biopic ‘Helen & Teacher’

Millicent Simmonds, the deaf star of A Quiet Place Part I and II and Wonderstruck, is teaming up with Emmy-winning Marvelous Mrs. Maisel lead Rachel Brosnahan for Helen & Teacher, set to tell…

Sundance: Dee Rees, Ethan Hawke Named to Dramatic Jury

The Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday announced its 2020 jury members, which include Ethan Hawke and 'Mudbound' filmmaker Dee Rees.

‘Colette’ Director Wash Westmoreland to Head Up London Film Festival Jury

'Colette' director Wash Westmoreland has been named president of the official competition jury for the BFI London Film Festival.

Keira Knightley Says She Wants More Female Directors, But Not Her

At the Los Angeles premiere of 'Colette,' star Keira Knightley stressed the importance of female directors, though she has no helming plans of her own.

Toronto: Keira Knightley Hopes “Hunger” for Strong Female Voices Produces Change

The 'Colette' star is at TIFF touting a period drama about a French novelist fighting to reclaim control of her literary voice.

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Crimson Peak’ to Open Morelia Film Fest

Set to hit U.S. theaters on Oct. 16, the ghost story stars Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska.

Josh Gad, Jason Alexander Sing and ‘Still Alice’ Honored at A Night At Sardi’s

Maria Shriver spoke on behalf of the 'Still Alice' crew at the annual benefit.

Julianne Moore Believes in Therapy, Not God (And Definitely Gun Control)

Therapy? Yep, the 'Still Alice' star has had plenty. And now, today, the onetime outsider is a five-time Oscar nominee who also believes in family and the ability to control her own fate: "I've…

Julianne Moore, ‘Still Alice’ Team Talk Creating Authentic Alzheimer’s Movie

Writer-director Wash Westmoreland reveals what it's been like to get so much buzz for a film most people haven't seen.

‘Still Alice’: What the Critics Are Saying

Julianne Moore stars as professor with Alzheimer's alongside Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin, Kate Bosworth and Hunter Parrish