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.
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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.