A large crowd queues impatiently outside the cinema and, when the doors open, rushes in. In an instant, every available seat is taken.
"Are you happy?" the woman asks her husband midway through Paul Mazursky's "Blume in Love" (1973), to which he replies, "I'm just not miserable."
The history of the New York Review of Books is incisively celebrated and distilled by co-directors Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi in "The 50 Year Argument."
If access is a documentary filmmaker's best friend, Joe Berlinger must have felt awfully lonely during the making of "Whitey."
Jesse Friedman looked composed but slightly weary Tuesday morning as he sat in a rented mini-bus en route from Manhattan's Upper East Side to a press conference at the Nassau County Supreme Court…
Although Spike Lee has made it clear that his Kickstarter-funded "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" isn't a remake of "Blacula," it is in fact a remake — of writer-director Bill Gunn's landmark 1973 indie…
In "Altman," a who's-who of collaborators and acolytes pay homage to the late Hollywood maverick, but director Ron Mann lets Altman himself do most of the talking.
Perhaps not since Greta Garbo uttered her celebrated first chortle has a film artist's entrance into comedy been quite as unexpected as that of French director Bruno Dumont.
When Hollywood brings a Broadway show to the bigscreen, the first casualty is usually the stage actors. This dates back to 1964’s “My Fair Lady,” which passed Julie Andrews over for Audrey Hepburn…
Though she paused for only one costume change, Idina Menzel was an even greater study in multiple personalities during her solo Radio City Music Hall debut than in her current dual role in the…
In 1962, the same year that a quartet of working-class New Jersey youths called the Four Seasons shot to the top of the pop charts with the irresistible doo-wop single "Sherry," a solo artist from…