MAN OF STEEL: In the most hotly anticipated comic book movie of the year, director Zack Snyder, producer Charles Roven and actors, Henry Cavill and Michael Shannon, unite to breathe new life into the classic tale of Superman.
BEFORE MIDNIGHT: After enchanting audiences with Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, director Richard Linklater and actors, Ethan Hawke and Julie Deply, once again reunite with Before Midnight.
THE MAKING OF ROMPER STOMPER: In this retrospective feature, FilmInk takes a look back at this powerful 1992 drama, which was the first Australian film to look at the white supremacist skinhead culture, and made stars out of Russell Crowe and Jacqueline McKenzie in the process.
ALTERNATE CONTENT: As amped-up home entertainment systems and downloads threaten to change the face of the movie-going experience, a number of innovative theatre owners and distributors are fighting back and using movie screens to showcase content now often seen inside the four walls of a modern cinema.
MY WAY OR THE HIGHWAY: TYRANT DIRECTORS: Some directors like to encourage and facilitate an on-set atmosphere of safety and collaboration, while others – including Michael Bay, Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock and more – choose to run their shoots like cinematic dictatorships.
GUILLERMO DEL TORO: We profile the career of this prolific producer and director who turns to the films of his youth for inspiration and crafts a sci-fi extravaganza for the ages with the giant-versus-monsters madness of Pacific Rim.
PLUS MORE on The Mortal Instruments, Much Ado About Nothing, Mood Indigo, White House Down, Johnny Depp, Alex Gibney, Kristen Wiig, and Steve Coogan.