Hidden Figures won the SAG Award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture Sunday night.
The “Hidden Figures” train keeps chugging along as the film picked up three Oscar nominations Tuesday morning, including Best Picture.
The Sunday New York Times anticipating the release of the latest film from Ted Melfi.
Williams will “produce the entire musical palette of the film,” says producer Donna Gigliotti, adding that so far tunes have had the feel of Southern spirituals and girl-group harmonies.
Kirsten Dunst has joined the cast of Fox 2000’s “Hidden Figures” opposite Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae and Kevin Costner.
Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons plays everything from brand historian to prankster, as he introduces Intel’s new sixth-generation Core processor in latest campaign from director Ted Melfi.
SHOOT’s fall season ensemble of up-and-coming directors includes a duo whose shoestring budgeted feature film debut was selected for the Tribeca Film Festival.
Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead don’t care about the rules of filmmaking.
‘We try to do the opposite of homage films,’ say the genre-bending duo responsible for Toronto fest breakout ‘Spring.’
Commercial production company brother, founded by EP Rich Carter and director Theodore Melfi, welcome directors Tim Story and Maurice Marable
Among the nominations announced this morning, St. Vincent receives nods for Best Young Actor, Best Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy.
St. Vincents lands 2 Golden Globe nominations for Best Actor and Best Feature in the Comedy category.
Ted Melfi has been in the movie industry for years. He’s worked in commercials, produced shorts and started Goldenlight Films, a production company, with his wife Kimberly Quinn. St. Vincent, though, is his first major feature film…
While St. Vincent marks a new chapter in Melfi’s filmmaking career, it’s not the only new door opening up for him. In fact Melfi and executive producer Rich Carter recently opened the doors to brother, their own commercial and branded content production company.
Director Ted Melfi talks with Carson Daly about his feature St. Vincent, working with Bill Murray and “not leaving a stink on things”.
Sitting through the premiere of his latest film, the Theodore Melfi-directed “St. Vincent,” Bill Murray was unexpectedly moved.
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Writer/director Theodore Melfi says without his experience as a commercial director St. Vincent would never have been made.
Because it was “Bill Murray Day” at the Toronto Film Festival, the man of the hour paraded into the Friday premiere of his film “St. Vincent” in a crown and sash.
First-time filmmaker Ted Melfi describes circuitous path to landing Bill Murray for ‘St. Vincent’.
Director Theodore Melfi and executive producer Rich Carter have launched brother, a commercial and branded content production company.
In a dream come true for Bill Murray fans, the Toronto International Film Festival has declared Sept. 5 as Bill Murray Day.
“You know what the truth is? You don’t find Bill Murray,” filmmaker Theodore Melfi says. “Bill Murray finds you.”
Ask Ben Falcone about his directorial debut, and he’s quick to deflect the conversation to his wife and star, Melissa McCarthy, who co-wrote “Tammy,” based on a character she played at L.A.’s Groundlings Theater…
Toronto: Melissa McCarthy’s ‘St. Vincent,’ James Franco’s ‘The Sound and the Fury’ Complete Star-Studded Lineup
Bill Murray plays the eponymous Vincent opposite McCarthy in Theodore Melfi’scomedy, with Naomi Watts, Terrence Howard and Chris O’Dowd co-starring in The Weinstein Co.’s release.
The “Tammy” star dishes on how he knew his wife and costar Melissa McCarthy in high school. Plus, hear how he ragged on the “Lately” host’s moves!
The Weinstein Co. has released the first trailer for Bill Murray’s comedy “St. Vincent,” four months before its Oct. 24 opening.
David Letterman interviews Ben Falcone.
After the early success of Barbershop and Fantastic Four, Tim Story has experienced the ups and down of a director’s life. Now with Ride Along and Think Like a Man Too, his…
The director of well-known television ads has turned dogged determination into award-winning high art.
Ben Falcone knows that if you want to make it in showbiz, you’ve gotta put some turkey on your nipples.