I've been coming to the Sundance Film Festival since 1995, and if you asked me to pick the most audacious film I've ever seen here, it would probably be “Chuck & Buck,” the thrillingly twisted — but…
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A largely mysterious condition that reportedly afflicts as many as 17 million people worldwide, CFS still flummoxes most physicians, and remains frequently dismissed as a psychosomatic "illness."
Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to Joe Piscatella's documentary “Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower,” which recently made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. The film, which is a…
The Dominican Republic's first movie to screen at Sundance, José María Cabral's penitentiary romance "Woodpeckers" comes with a strong buzz off December's Ventana Sur, where it sparked a bidding war…
In case anyone needs a reminder, the fight against unjust policing in black communities long predates the cases that have dominated headlines in recent years, and Matt Ruskin's film "Crown Heights"…
TOKYO — Megahit animation, "Your Name" reclaimed the top spot at the Japanese box office in its 22nd week on release. For the subdued Jan. 21-22 weekend the film grossed $1.53 million from 124,000…
It's the fourth episode of "The Bachelor" and… where were we? “Everyone was really pissed off because Corinne was straddling Nick in the bouncy house.” Ah, that's right — thank you, Raven. Leading…
Walking into a movie at a film festival, without knowing anything about what you're going to see, can feel like entering an entirely new world for the first time. "Brigsby Bear" is the rare festival…
Life, in all its messy glory, overflows the stage of the Atlantic Theater Company in this dynamically staged production of “Tell Hector I Miss Him.” Paola Lazaro’s animated ensemble piece unearths…
Frankie, the oh-so-beautiful, oh-so-confused teenage protagonist of "Beach Rats," isn't much for answering questions.
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