Donna Pescow

  • Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens Running Time Revealed

    How many minutes will the new Star Wars movie be?

  • Review: Larson, Tremblay illuminate the darkness of 'Room'

    Arresting and heartbreaking, wrought with extremes of tension and love, "Room" is as evocative and unforgettable on screen as in the bestselling novel that inspired it.

    Associated Press
  • Donald Trump to Host 'Saturday Night Live'

    He will headline the NBC variety show Nov. 7.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • DGA Honors: Tyler Perry on the Films That Got Him Into the Guild

    Tyler Perry wrote and starred in the 2005 film “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” which surprised industryites when it opened at No. 1 at the box office. Perry, whose Atlanta production center is about to expand, is being recognized for his contributions to film and television. “I have been a DGA member…

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  • Golden Globes: Picking a Category is No Laughing Matter

    A number of films this season could go either way, and like it or not, gaming the odds is part of the equation this time of year.

  • Architecture & Design Film Festival Kicks Off This Week

    A still from the trailer for the film The Infinite Happiness, about Bjarke Ingels's 8 House complex, seen at background. The 2015 Architecture and Design Film Festival—the seventh-annual edition of the traveling event—kicks off tomorrow and the lineup is...

    Curbed New York
  • Awards Go to 'Game of Thrones' Star Emilia Clarke

    "Games of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke was named by two of America's biggest men's magazines as their Woman of the Year. Mark Kelly reports. Image: HBO/Everett Collection

  • Storytelling Our Way Into Science

    This past weekend, my family, like perhaps many others around the U.S. went to the movie theatre to watch Matt Damon living on and (spoiler alert!) figuring out how to get home from Mars. We all liked the movie, my eight year-old daughter most of all, full of questions during (sorry people behind…

    Huffington Post
  • Lionsgate Promotes Distribution Executive Shaun Barber

    Lionsgate has promoted veteran executive Shaun Barber to exec VP and general sales manager of domestic theatrical distribution. Barber played a key role in overseeing “The Hunger Games” franchise, which has grossed over $2.3 billion worldwide for its three films. The final movie, “The Hunger Games:…

  • The Back to the Future soundtrack is coming in a beautiful vinyl box set

    Back to the Future Day is little more than a week away, so what better way to celebrate living in these modern times than by listening to the original soundtracks on futuristic vinyl? Mondo, the outfit that long ago mastered the art of the movie poster, plans on releasing an exclusive, six-LP box…

    The Verge
  • Fotosintesis’ ‘Angel’ Launches Cause-Driven Entertainment in Mexico

    MADRID – Mexico City-based Fotosintesis Media, a joint initiative of Mexico’s Mantarraya Group and writer-director Miguel Uriegas, is producing “The Angel in the Clock,” a 2D animation film which is launching cause-driven entertainment in Mexico. Written by Rosanna Curiel from an original idea by…

  • 25 Awesome Halloween Costume Ideas From Comic Con 2015

    From super heroes, monsters, fantasy heroines and classic figures from literature, there was something for everyone at Comic Con 2015.
  • New Films To Shed Light On Japan's Infamous ‘Suicide Forest’

    Aokigahara is a large, 14 square mile expanse of forest in the Koshinetsu region at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan. A new movie, starring 'Game of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer, has now been unveiled called 'The Forest’, a horror thriller which finds Dormer searching for her twin sister who has gone…

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    On Any Sunday 2: James Stewart

    James Stewart is regarded as "the fastest man on the plant" and landed a cool spot in the new On Any Sunday film. Check out a small sneak peek of what the new movie has to offer and find out more about the film at,

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  • How Aaron Sorkin Designed Steve Jobs

    Danny Boyle’s  Steve Jobs  opened Friday, not the first or the last or the most verisimilitudinous of posthumous movies about the Apple founder, but probably the most structurally audacious. It’s not a full-life biopic but a portrait in three acts, each a real-time behind-the-scenes sequence, set…
  • Is the Cinema Industry Set For A Clear Downfall?

    The game is evolving, and the cinema industry will need to adapt to survive in our streaming, television-obsessed world.