Oscar-nominated actor discusses spiritual authenticity and the notion of judging and being judged as it plays out in his new film.
Actress-author describes the childhood ‘trauma’ that she believes has led her to write books for 4-year-olds and explains why she will get out of show business before she’s asked to leave.
Versatile actor explains why he finds it daunting to play a real person as opposed to a fictional character.
Harlem Children Zone CEO and Oscar-winning filmmaker talk about the acclaimed documentary Waiting for Superman.
Academy Award winner explains why some films are making money these days and others aren’t and talks about his new film, Jack Goes Boating, which also marks his directorial debut.
Academy Award-winning thespian, star and producer of the indie film Lovely Still, explains why he took on an older love story in an industry driven by youth.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker and activist weighs in on the war in Iraq and California’s midterm election and explains the setting of his new film.
Academy Award-winning film producer describes what made his blockbuster film Avatar work and weighs in on the debate over 3D movies.
Oscar- and Emmy-winning filmmaker explains why he made the controversial new documentary South of the Border, which explores the relationship between the U.S. and South America.
Oscar-winning Hollywood power couple shares what is was like filming their new project and weigh in on the debate over legalizing prostitution.