Variance Films has set a U.S. release for Roger Ross Williams' documentary “God Loves Uganda,” starting with New York City on Oct. 11. The film explores the role of the American Evangelical movement…
Samuel Goldwyn Films has snagged U.S. rights to “Anita,” the documentary about Anita Hall by Freida Mock, the helmer who picked up an Academy Award for 1994 docu “Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision.”…
Indian director Mira Nair has come on board to direct crime comedy-drama “Bengali Detective” for Fox Searchlight. Scott Free and Michael Costigan are producing and Sabrina Dhawan is writing the…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a bruised and battered killer whale at its center.
Michael Polish's latest offers an elegantly muted take on the midlife ennui of Jack Kerouac's autobiographical 1962 novel.
Meticulously acted, gorgeously shot and hilariously insightful about the strange, inarticulable ways people can get on one another's nerves, this psychological thriller takes its premise to…
Snaking through a tangle of interlocking ideas, threads and events, Carl Deal and Tia Lnever quite finds a unified focus. Nonetheless, limited theatrical is possible, with broadcast sales more…
Defying conventional wisdom, a 29-year-old former valedictorian discovers that not only can she go home again, she can even shag a hot high schooler in the process, steaming up some otherwise…
To call Lake Bell a magnetic, intelligent, blithely screwball leading lady in the Carole Lombard tradition might be selling her short.
This coming-of-ager can be explosively funny in parts, but overall feels pretty familiar, relying more on its cast than the material to win favor.
One of the great movie romances of the modern era achieves its richest and fullest expression in Richard Linklater's third walking-and-talking collaboration with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.