I know it's wrongheaded, but I'm beginning to be anti-anti-piracy.
Brit thesp Paddy Considine proved his chops as a director as his debut feature "Tyrannosaur" snapped up three laurels at the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday night in London.
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Using extraordinary clips from Rome's peerless Istituto Luce archive, Marco Bechis constructs a portrait of Italy during the Fascist era in "The Smile of the Leader."
Journalists hate admitting to their errors, but one of mine found in the current edition of weekly Variety is instructive in getting a glimpse of how the sausage gets made. My latest column deals…
The Lythgoes return to the El Portal Theater with their take on another traditional fairytale in "A Snow White Christmas"
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The most thoughtful and scintillating reading of the Webber/Rice rock opera since its 1969 recording.
"Young Adult" revels in breaking the rules of safe Hollywood storytelling.
The weekend's lack of new entries didn't have the outright positive effect on Stateside holdovers that some B.O. observers had predicted it would, as the frame's top players "The Twilight Saga…
Icelandic absurdist comedy "Either Way," a first work by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson about two highway maintenance men in the remote Nordic wilderness, took the top prize at the 29th Turin Film…
Indian film multihyphenate Dev Anand died in London on Sunday after a heart attack. He was 88.
Cop drama 'The Closer' upends the usual procedural premise