Death and dipsomania get equally lifeless treatment in Taiwanese auteur Chang Tso-chi's muddled gay drama.
A Time in Quchi
Delicate and poetic, but full of offbeat humor, this coming-of-ager is Taiwanese auteur Chang Tso-chi's most accessible work to date.
New Locarno artistic director Carlo Chatrian hasn't reinvented the wheel, but it's clear he's keen on adding luster to the Swiss event with a promisingly diverse lineup for its 66th edition.
ROME — The 66th Locarno Film Festival has unveiled a promisingly diverse lineup, comprising a greater number of established international auteurs, along with newcomers, and also crowdpleasers such as…
The SAG-AFTRA election is heating up with current SAG-AFTRA co-president Roberta Reardon heading the New York Coalition for Unity as a slate of SAG-AFTRA candidates. It’s the second New York-based…
There's something curiously underwhelming about this latest and least installment in the cult-fave franchise.
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Seeking to dismiss a suit filed in October, the Walt Disney Co. declared that Stan Lee Media's effort to claim the rights to Marvel characters is "flawed beyond cure."
The documentary's broad theme necessitates quick, superficial treatment of myriad underlying causes, but it's a solid, fairly even-handed spur for discussion that will be particularly welcome in…
Highlighting nine chefs who have earned the Michelin Guide's coveted "Three Stars," Lutz Hachmeister's docu examines the impact of gastronomy's ratings system, the various culinary philosophies…