RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Guy Pearce

A collection of news and information related to Guy Pearce published by this site and its partners.

Top Guy Pearce Articles see all

Displaying items 1-5
  • Sundance 2015: Fitness and money in rom-com get 'Results'

    Sundance 2015: Fitness and money in rom-com get 'Results'
    Writer-director Andrew Bujalski has been one of the leading figures of the micro-budget independent film scene for more than a decade. From his early films “Funny Ha Ha” and “Mutual Appreciation” to the mini-masterpiece of “Beeswax,” he has assayed modern lives with quiet empathy and understated precision. Bujalski’s fourth film, the 2013 philosophical comedy “Computer Chess,” was his first to play at Sundance, appearing as part of the Next section.
  • Sundance: Slate includes Sarah Silverman as addict, Jemaine Clement as dad

    Sundance: Slate includes Sarah Silverman as addict, Jemaine Clement as dad
    Dramas with unlikely performers and documentaries about unexpected subjects dot the 2015 Sundance lineup -- including a Sarah Silverman film about an addict mother and nonfiction looks at subjects as diverse as Mexican drug cartels and the amateur porn...

    Sundance Film Festival 2015: Comedians get serious in new movies

    Sundance Film Festival 2015: Comedians get serious in new movies
    The Sundance Film Festival is often a place where film actors can try on new guises outside the high-pressure, pigeonholing world of mainstream Hollywood. But when the indie fest gets underway next month, it will bring a very particular kind of...

    Cannes 2014: Opposites attract as the curtain rises on film festival

    Cannes 2014: Opposites attract as the curtain rises on film festival
    The Festival de Cannes, a wise man once said, is not just impossible to describe to someone who hasn't been there, it's nearly impossible to describe to someone who has. And that's especially the case this year. Opening Wednesday night with the...

    Cannes 2014: 'The Rover,' shot in the scorching outback, chills the heart and soul

    Cannes 2014: 'The Rover,' shot in the scorching outback, chills the heart and soul
    Film directors fretting on the set is nothing new, but David Michod, whose "The Rover" will debut at the Festival du Cannes on Saturday, had a concern that was considerably out of the ordinary: "I worried," he says, "that the actors would die." Michod's...