Elisabeth Moss spent her “Mad Men” break filming another television project, Sundance Channel’s “Top of the Lake,” a seven-part miniseries premiering March 18. And just like “Mad Men,” “Lake” isn’t typical TV.
The project reunites actress Holly Hunter and director Jane Campion — both Oscar winners for 1993’s landmark film “The Piano” — in a quirky mystery set and filmed in a remote mountain region… Continue reading Elisabeth Moss, Holly Hunter discuss working with Jane Campion on 'Top of the Lake'
Here’s another discussion poll in honor of “Jaws Week.” Steven Spielberg’s film is one of the scariest of all time for two reasons. One is that it’s filled with suspense. Jaws deals with a monster that is very easily concealed and so not even a wide shot provides us with safety from the possibilty of attack. Well, unless it’s a scene on land, of course. The… Continue reading Discuss: Which Film Scares You the Most?
Five Minutes at Sundance is exactly that: A five-minute snippet of us on the ground with our trusty flip video recorder, snagging whatever meaty piece of film-related content we can to share with you. Yesterday we stopped by the Gen Art/Bertoli Soup lounge to feast on some delicious free soup and wound up walking in on a lively discussion with the cast, writers and director of… Continue reading Five Minutes at Sundance: Watch the 'For A Good Time Call ...' Cast Discuss Their Hilariously Filthy Comedy
To help you get into the holiday spirit, for the next 12 days, we’ll provide you with one classic holiday TV clip. We’ve scoured through our archives and your comments on our story in which we asked you to name your favorite holiday episodes, and came up with a list of dazzling, heartwarming, and totally weird holiday clips. And instead of sharing the same ol’ episodes we’ve all seen (don’t