Tatiana Maslany's precocious, naturalistic, enchanting performance keeps the movie grounded.
A rumination on infancy, adolescence, infirmity, mortality and relations between the sexes.
The wealth of talent in this year's Sundance's U.S. Documentary Competition reflects an effort to stress storytelling over pure journalism.
Barely civil Manhattan marrieds witness a murder, move to Wyoming and, naturally, rediscover love.
Cinema has had a deeply troubled relationship with creativity when it comes to putting it onscreen.
A lack-of-sex comedy that somehow features a barnyard's worth of rutting human animals.
The Academy this year broadened the picture category from five to 10 nominees, which is a mixed blessing for genre directors.
If there were any questions about her gift for marrying art to commerce, Kathryn Bigelow exploded them once and for all.