The first Israeli feature produced with crowd-sourced funding, minimalist indie "Never Too Late" is a good-looking, formally rigorous road movie that becomes increasingly involving as it motors along.
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A microcosm of China past and present flows through Xu Tong's intimate docu "Shattered," in which the maverick indie filmmaker continues to refine his techniques and concerns shown in his previous…
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Finally, critics have started to screen "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" — one of two films, along with "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," that awards pundits have been waiting to ingest before…
Focus Features emerged the big winner at the 2011 Gotham Independent Film Awards, with its pic "Beginners" scoring two kudos, including a shared trophy for top feature, and drama "Pariah" nabbing one.
Romance and confetti are in the air in "Paradise," the second feature from Greek scribe-helmer Panagiotis Fafoutis ("The Heir"). Set against the madness of the carnival in Patras (a celebration to…
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Universal has optioned film rights to Erik Larson's non-fiction novel "In the Garden of the Beasts" with Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman on board to produce.
MONTREAL -- Canada's First Generation Films, which produced "Amreeka" and "The Whistleblower," is prepping "The Lesser Blessed," based on Richard Van Camp's first novel.
It doesn't take a criminal mastermind to know that when establishing a TV mystery franchise, you need to call upon pros like Scott Turow and Mary Higgins-Clark.
Back in the 1950s and 1960s, 'kitchen sink drama' meant realist plays about English working class characters trapped in impoverished social circumstances railing against their lot.
Sunday night saw AMC's "The Walking Dead" wrap its short fall season with big numbers while viewers continued to cling to the Kardashian clan.
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