Mike Birbiglia transforms his one-man show into an endearing indie about the day-to-day indecisions and nocturnal perambulations of a commitment-phobic New Yorker.
With production values aplenty, "The Imposter" uses atmospheric reenactments and stark, soul-bearing interviews to explore a mind-boggling case of false identity.
A film of tenderness and humor married to the unlikeliest of subjects, "The Sessions" presents the story of poet and polio survivor Mark O'Brien, who left behind an oeuvre of life-affirming writing…
Spike Lee's vibrant coming-of-ager isn't so much a follow-up to "Do the Right Thing" as a fresh survey of the same geographic turf.
Boosted by a fine cast and co-writer Lena Dunham's wit, Ry Russo-Young's "Nobody Walks" captures the fallout of an open-minded Los Angeles family shaken up by the arrival of a sexy outsider.
A smart, high-toned Wall Street drama that should pay dividends for the right distrib.
This otherwise slick pic could require reshoots to restore it to something commercial crowds are willing to take seriously.
Antonio Campos' second feature is an unsettling broken-psyche study starring Brady Corbet as a sort of modern-day Ripley, amoral and disengaged enough from the feelings of others to become a…
Benh Zeitlin's stunning debut finds its dandelion-haired heroine fighting rising tides and fantastic creatures in a mythic battle against modernity.
Writer Sarah Koskoff and director Todd Louiso deliver a slight, solipsistic portrait of emotional recovery starring likable and woefully underused character actress Melanie Lynskey.
Exec producer George Lucas spent 23 years developing "Red Tails," a glossed-up B picture about the exploits of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II, but even without the long delay the project took to…