Mike O'Malley might well be the poster boy for how roles come to define actors — for better or for worse. O'Malley found his work slammed by critics in his ill-fated sitcom "The Mike O'Malley Show"…
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…
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Frances Ha Distributor: IFC Films You gotta love Greta Gerwig: Even as…
Music Box Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Alice Winocour's feature debut "Augustine," which bowed in Cannes' Critics Week and played at Toronto fest.
Lionsgate is going to hell, acquiring J.T. Petty's horror comedy movie "Hellbenders" for North America and select foreign territories.
Helmer Markus Imhoof uses state-of-the-art filmmaking to illuminate the world's bee crisis in the handsomely lensed docu "More Than Honey."
Anchored by two intense, intertwined perfs by veteran Vincent Lindon and relative newcomer Soko, this period drama offers a coolly febrile study of madness, Victorian sexual politics and power.
The lineup of the 2012 Critics' Week of the Cannes Film Festival, almost exclusively consisting of rookie filmmakers, was unveiled on the sidebar's website on Monday evening in France.
"Dare Not Walk Alone" zeros in on a single, lesser-known chapter of the civil rights movement and its continuing aftershocks on a local community.
As the star of Ronan Noone's solo play "The Atheist," Chris Pine accomplishes the Olympian task of making an utter bastard engaging. Noone has made Pine's character -- an unscrupulous reporter named…