Leigh is at the peak of his powers with morally complex drama that stands alongside his best work. Story of a good Samaritan sidelining as a humane abortionist in post-WWII London is performed by a…
Told with the simplicity of an African folktale, a lilting rhythm and an almost ethnographic directness, this plaintive story of an afflicted mother's urge to secure a better future for her daughter…
Laura Linney's beautiful performance is most of the story in intimate tale of a college admissions officer's affair with a boy half her age. Begins with an intensity reminiscent of Dylan Kidd's first…
With "As in Heaven," helmer Kay Pollak makes a welcome return to Swedish cinema after an 18-year absence. By turns dramatic, romantic and funny, this deeply felt ode to love and art is a…
Almost unbearably poignant tour de force about a quadriplegic's desire to die with dignity, Alejandro Amenabar's fourth feature is a startling departure from the stylish genre fare of his first three…
Three drug-related tragedies, each ending in a senseless death, are interwoven in this stylish black-and-white feature debut by Croatian filmmaker Arsen Anton Ostojic. His aggressive aesthetic…
Holland and Denmark have announced their choices for consideration in the foreign-lingo Oscar race.
E! Entertainment Television will air the 2004 Primetime Creative Emmy Awards on Sept. 18 at 8 p.m., following the kudos ceremony Sept. 12 at the Shrine Auditorium.
The Screener Wars have started again -- and though things may be less bloody, they still promise to be confusing.
The Academy's new technology to stop screener piracy is headed to Blighty.