Jane Goodall may seem like a well-chronicled woman—after all, she’s written more than a dozen books and been the subject of numerous films. But documentary director Brett Morgen’s new National Geographic film 'Jane' adds some surprising personal depth to Goodall’s incredible work with chimpanzees.
From Stand By Me and The Goonies to “Stranger Things” and It, the “boys on bikes” genre is a tried-and-true part of the film landscape. It might take place in the ‘50s or the ‘80s or any other decade, but a "boys on bikes" film is always suffuced with an aura of nostalgia, if not for a specific...
Still based on Disney’s Burbank lot where it began life in 1995 with a five-year first-look pact with The Walt Disney Studios, Mandeville Films and Television continues after decades of hit after hit and a consistent management style, work ethic and philosophy under founder and owner David Hoberman and business partner and co-owner Todd Lieberman.
For over 50 years, James Ivory, Ismail Merchant, and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala made films together under the Merchant Ivory brand, including such classics as 'A Room with a View,' 'Howards End,' 'The Remains of the Day' and 'Shakespeare Wallah.'
“I was very much influenced by the films of David Lean and Richard Attenborough,” says British-Punjabi writer-director Gurinder Chadha about her enthralling period epic 'Viceroy’s House,' the story of India’s independence and the birth of Pakistan, which IFC Films brings to theatres this Friday.