An attention-grabbing performance by Hunter Page-Lochard is the major selling point of Sarah Spillane's cliche-ridden high school-set drama.
In Richard Nelson’s new play, “Nikolai and the Others,” George Balanchine, Igor Stravinsky, Maria Tallchief and a full complement of other notable Russian emigres spend a Chekhovian weekend together…
From agents to TV executives to Internet provocateurs, and digital mavens to film producers and creatives, these are the New Yorkers who are revitalizing Gotham's rich showbiz legacy.
The Indian conglom that has seeded a lot of high-profile investments in the film biz during the past few years has turned its attention to the smallscreen.
"Liberal Arts" contains the requisite number of audience-pleasing scenes that will make this a hot Sundance bidding item with indie-centric distribs.
To mark its 50th anniversary, Amnesty International is releasing a 75-song compilation featuring a slew of renowned artists covering Bob Dylan, who also celebrates 50 years as a performer this year.
This look at an Argentine Jewish family demonstrates that a work of art can be made from the humble materials of home-shot video and various 8mm formats, especially when the eye and ear behind the…
A sweaty amalgam of Shakespearean plotting, political allegory and hip-hop jam, show is truly exciting at its frequent best.
Art critic Ben Lewis explores the falling art market in his illuminating and deliberately bullheaded docu.
A low-key comedy high on charm and credible twentysomething observation, Jesse Rosen's debut feature, "The Art of Being Straight," stars the writer-director as a possibly-coming-out newbie in Los…