His role in Sofia Coppola's new film is the best part Stephen Dorff's ever had. It could be career-changing, he tells Gill Pringle
For 30 years, Oliver Stone and his awkward movies got up everyone's noses. But as he brings a reformed Gordon Gekko back to cinemas, could it be that America's most contrary director has gone soft? Not quite...
Deena Burnett remembers the call from her husband on Flight 93. The plane crashed, with no survivors, but the passengers' calmness under extraordinary pressure prevented a greater tragedy
Michael Shannon, 'the best actor you've never heard of', stole the show in a minor part in Revolutionary Road. He talks to James Mottram about his next, leading, role
Independence Day means a lot in this historic American city – and there's plenty more besides, from 'Cheers' bars to tasty clam chowder.
Tomorrow is the glitziest date in the movie calendar. For some nominees – like Meryl and Kate and Brad and Angelina – it’s just another awards ceremony. But for the less fancied contenders, it’s the biggest night of their lives
A succession of stunning buildings is redefining Valencia – and one of the city's favourite sons is masterminding the transformation. Adrian Mourby explores a remarkable vision
Chris Waitt's documentary about his disastrous love life is the star turn in a strong line up at the first stand-alone Edinburgh International Film Festival