The New York Times has changed its film review policies, and the paper is now telling film publicists that it can no longer guarantee its critics will weigh in on every film that screens in the city…
For those onboard since the beginning, "Breaking Bad's" final batch of episodes seems destined to produce nothing less than a frenzy, a testament, in part, to how bracingly unpredictable Vince…
BREAKTHROUGH ROLES Soko received a Gallic Cesar nomination for female newcomer for Xavier Giannoli's “In the Beginning” (2009), and played the younger version of the Beatrice Dalle character in…
Legendary movie critic Roger Ebert died April 4. He was not only the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, but one of the only critics known to the general public. Here, his fans remember him.
The tale of a young man, a tiger and God, Yann Martel's bestselling novel "Life of Pi" had been dubbed "unfilmable" countless times before Ang Lee's adaptation screened. The Oscar-winning helmer…
A lonely canoe drifts and slowly disappears into the limitless ocean under a foreboding sky.
With clock running out on Oscar nomination ballots, no fewer than 20 films are wringing their hands over multiple potential nods.
Summer's end spells relief for some folks -- parents who are glad to see their kids back in school or film critics who won't have to review any more superhero movies.
"Margin Call" takes a harsh look at Wall Street economics, but in the smaller world of independent film, returns have been bullish.
When Roger Ebert announced last week that he had reluctantly put his TV series "Ebert Presents At The Movies" on hiatus, it may have marked the end of a genre that he helped create more than 35 years…
British filmmaker Andrew Haigh began his career as an assistant editor on films like "Black Hawk Down," but he soon came to realize he'd rather be telling his own stories than piecing together…