When it was revealed two years ago that the Coen brothers' next project would revolve around the Greenwich Village folk scene of the early '60s, the first thought that came to mind was "who's going…
The Coens have again taken a real time and place and freely made it their own in this boldly original, highly emotional journey.
Despite a regrettable dearth of visual material of Maila Nurmi in her signature role as early TV horror icon Vampira, R.H. Greene's docu succeeds admirably in transposing his 2010 radio documentary…
Festival takes a look back, as well as ahead
The thinking person's loopy sci-fi movie, "Earthbound" is the story of a young man convinced he's a space alien, as well as a story about how he couldn't possibly be a space alien.
With "Darwin," Swiss director Nick Brandestini affectionately documents roughly a third of the town's dwindling population -- at 35, their number is two fewer than when he began in 2009.
An admirable if fundamentally academic exploration of Allen Ginsberg's signal work.
In its press material for this filmed musical, cabler A&E cites a 1962 Variety review of the original Broadway production: "'Stop the World' is a British beatnik version of 'How to Succeed in…
This version of "Dylan," Sidney Michaels' '60s Broadway play about poet Dylan Thomas' celebrated but unhappy life, demonstrates just how good a production can be. The show has funny, moving…
Slacker is one of the freshest independent films to come along in some time, but because of non-narrative, non-characterization approach, film won't be to all tastes. Set in one day, the action…
Despite its seeming more like a fabulous remake of a dated story rather than the first film version of a noted book and play, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" is brilliant cinema theatre. Jack…