Rarely leaving the claustrophobic offices of a San Francisco-based Persian specialty radio station, Iranian writer-director Babak Jalali's soph feature "Radio Dreams" is a low-key, witty exercise in…
A middle-aged poet loses his place amongst the cultural elite and is forced to make ends meet by performing dehumanizing manual labor alongside immigrants at the Port of Malmo in Swedish helmer Mans…
A feature debut from animator Bernardo Britto that gets points for originality but quickly succumbs to terminal self-amusement.
Once you get past the sheer gall of “Funny or Die” putting together a 50-minute send-up of Donald Trump — starring a near-unrecognizable Johnny Depp, no less — the kick of “Funny or Die Presents…
Director Stephanie Soechtig again proves her knack for crafting advocacy docs that resonate.
A Chinese fish story that enchants and delights.
"Girls" returning alongside the second season of "Togetherness" makes a lot of sense, and not just because both shows focus on neurotic white people on the coasts with a lot of free time on their…
John Patrick Shanley’s new play, “Prodigal Son,” lavishes an inordinate amount of attention on a sensitive 15-year-old working-class kid bearing a striking resemblance to the playwright, who says as…
YouTube Red might sound like a premium beer, but it's actually the site's attempt to horn in on the premium-TV space, by introducing its own subscription service. Yet the opening salvo of what…
It may have been a really, really ridiculously good-looking idea on paper, but Ben Stiller's stab at creating another male-model-skewering classic feels more like a cheap designer knockoff in…
This well-crafted, engaging drama should rack up healthy offshore sales to specialty distribbers.