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Madeleine Sackler's engrossing documentary chronicles upheaval in "the last dictatorship in Europe" through the viewpoint of an underground theater company.
HBO Documentary Films has bought U.S. television rights to Madeleine Sackler’s docu “Dangerous Acts Starring the Unstable Elements of Belarus,” which premieres Sept. 8 at the Toronto Film Fest. Docu…
A&E is feeling confident about what it has in the programming pipeline.
MOSCOW -- HBO is set to bow in Russia, according to local media reports.
A grim take on Charles Perrault's dark fairy tale about a diminutive boy deserted by his parents who compensates for his stature with heightened intelligence.
Sony has released a red-band trailer for the Ruben Fleischer comedy, "30 Minutes or Less." Pic stars Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari and Danny McBride and tells the story of a junior high history…
When a mom and her daughter fall for the same guy, the result is plenty of ooh-la-las but few actual laughs in "Beautiful Lies."
"The Lottery" takes on this year's documentary topic of choice -- education -- and creates a virtual PSA.
Whitney Sudler-Smith's "Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston" will make its world premiere as part of the Tribeca Film Fesitvals's panel events for new documentaries.
Mel Gibson is always good for a surprise, and his latest is that "Apocalypto" is a remarkable film. Set in the waning days of the Mayan civilization, the picture provides a trip to a place one's…
A rare case of blatant political propaganda in a major Hollywood picture, "John Q." is a shamelessly manipulative commercial on behalf of national health insurance.