On Tuesday, February 2nd The Critics Choice Association hosted the 3rd Annual Celebration of Black Cinema, via a virtual ceremony, to honor 10 visionary films and 15 actors, producers, and directors of the season.
Sorkin Dishes on Filmmaker Tips and ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’ During Virtual Montclair Film Festival
One the year’s most anticipated releases hits Netflix this Friday (October 16), and it follows the story of seven protesters in the late ’60s charged with conspiracy, and the intention to start a riot.
The opening night of PaleyFest New York celebrated twenty years of “The West Wing,” featuring a screening of its second season finale and a conversation with the series’ mastermind, Aaron Sorkin. Sorkin reflected on his creative process in developing such an iconic show and addressed the importance of its cultural resonance in our present-day political climate.
Molly’s Game brings the thrilling valor of Olympic-level skier Molly Bloom and her elite poker game from the big screen to your home, just in time for National Women’s Month.
Famed screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut is an entertaining accomplishment that delivers an engaging experience that will leave one thoroughly satisfied
Molly’s Game Director-writer Aaron Sorkin and stars graced the red carpet for the NYC premiere
Where is Michael Keaton’s snowman when you need him?
Based on the unbelievably true story, the movie is set to start screening in theaters on November 22.
Producer Scott Rudin announced that To Kill a Mockingbird will be coming to Broadway.