In 2011, while country crooner and legendary guitarist Glen Campbell prepared to tour in support of his latest album, his family revealed that he had received a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Who'd have thought that a documentary about scavenging would serve up so much food porn?
Alexander Nanau's immersive docu offers a fascinating and disturbing entree into the lives of three kids in a Bucharest slum.
Now that they know their ABCs, it's time to move on to their 1-2-3s, and with this improved sequel, the producers seem to have learned a lesson.
Remarkable sensitivity and exacting verisimilitude are just two of the many selling points for "Sand Dollars," a psychologically nuanced portrait, set in the Dominican Republic, of an older American…
The BFI London Film Festival charged to a close Sunday evening with WWII epic “Fury” blasting its colossal conclusion. En masse, pic's Allied comrades attacked the crimson carpet fringing Leicester…
Turkish artist/auteur Kutlug Ataman's “The Lamb,” a drama infused with humor set in poverty-stricken Anatolia, took the top prize at the 51st Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival which wrapped on…
At least three entertaining films are jostling for position in Australian writer-director Julius Avery's messily propulsive debut feature "Son of a Gun" -- and if none ultimately emerges dominant…
The world preem of "Speed Sisters," a docu about the first female race-car driving team in the Middle East, will open the second edition of Doha Film Institute's Ajyal Youth Film Festival. "Speed…
LYON - What will be Pedro Almódovar's next film? Answer: It's a remake of a French classic, 1895's "Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory," and Almódovar shot it Saturday in France's Lyon. Credited…