The legendary film producer and talent manager passed away yesterday.
The Oscar-winning composer used music to make films soar.
The towering actor elevated Hammer's genre films from horror schlock to high-Gothic fun.
As Friday The 13th’s Mrs. Voorhees, the actress helped lay the foundation upon which all subsequent horror films would build.
The cinematographer changed the way movies and television approach fantasy.
The hard-working character actor appeared in countless films and TV shows and became part of Clint Eastwood’s stock company.
The lauded character actor specialized in horror...with a smile.
A human bridge from the silent past to the digital present.
With his distinctive jawline, Z’Dar was a fixture of B-movies and the direct-to-video world.
An actor-turned director, Saks brought the plays of Neil Simon and others to the screen.
The Still Alice co-writer and co-director battled ALS while filming last project.
The pioneering documentarian pushed the form where it had never gone in films like Salesman, Gimme Shelter, and Grey Gardens.
The Boston-born actor played Star Trek’s Mr. Spock.
Alongside filmmaking partner Joe Berlinger, Sinofsky directed documentaries of vital social and political importance.
The French actor’s to career stretched back before World War II and included films as diverse as Gigi and Swamp Thing.
The Hollywood scion became one of the most important producers of independent film in the 1980s and 1990s.
The bombshell actress brought Fellini’s La Dolce Vita an astonishing sensuality.
The comedian started in stand-up and then became a reliable character actor.
The Australian actor, best-known for his roles in The Time Machine and The Birds, has died at the age of 84.