The resourceful 26-year-old production and acquisitions executive has just returned to New York from a week in Los Angeles, during which time he squeezed 40 meetings with producers, agents…
Wide-eyed children and dying old men once again make up the majority of the Academy's live-action short offerings, making for a solid if disappointingly familiar crop of nominees.
Helmed with musty solemnity by Wong Jing, this expensively furnished production unfolds scene after scene of slow-burning chamber drama, punctuated by potent but never jaw-dropping action.
The sins of the fathers have seldom weighed so heavy as in the odd, intriguing and ultimately moving "Hitler's Children," which asks what it's like to have grown up a child of the Nazi elite, the…
Martin Papazian's male melodrama features no climactic Bible reading, no hero pastor and an R-rating's worth of swearing, yet it hits the required beats of Christian cinema with aplomb.
A Polish teen tries to balance having the adolescence of a lifetime with looking after her tiny tot in director Katarzyna Roslaniec's "Baby Blues."
A fond look back at a groundbreaking media celebrity and man of letters, "Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself" is an entertaining profile of the self-avowed participatory journalist and his…
The pic has no dramatic thrust, and a highly charged yet unenthusiastic home reception is the most that can be expected from theatrical.
Michael Sladek's "BAM150" is a celebration of/advertisement for the Brooklyn Academy of Music on the occasion of its sesquicentennial, but runs out of storyline long before it runs out of footage.
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