This year's Tribeca is opening with the kind of drama usually reserved for third acts.
Eddie Adams' most famous photograph -- of a Vietnamese police chief putting a bullet through the head of his Vietcong prisoner -- was perhaps the most iconic image of that contentious South Asian war.
Michel Auder is dying and his life is flashing before our eyes -- that's the premise, at any rate, of "The Feature," a video diary by the former Warhol Factory associate and a probable must-see for…
Pic falls back on tired body-fluid gaggery and hoary sexist nonsense.
If "Love, American Style" had cross-pollinated with "Red Shoe Diaries" and the whole thing had been baked into an inedible "American Pie," you'd have something close to helmer Gene Rhee's ostensible…
An assassination-conspiracy drama by way of coming-of-age story, "An American Affair" is the offspring of improbable parents ("JFK" and "Summer of '42") and supposes that the Cubans and the CIA were…
I used to go to work every day wearing shin guards, a catcher's cup, a flak jacket and a helmet with a shatterproof face shield," says Jack Green of his days as a news stringer for ABC, pursuing such…
Revolutionary Road" isn't the only film, nor the '50s the only era, in which the family -- and what it means -- was deconstructed, disassembled or debunked by the year's higher-profile movies…
A not-quite-romantic-comedy that should click with the young-adult demos of both sexes.
The whodunit aspects of "Quest for Honor" are less important than the whys -- why are Middle Eastern "honor killings" committed against women, why are such crimes largely condoned by authorities (or…