A lipstick-lesbian riff on “Strangers on a Train,” “Breaking the Girls” is a watchable but somewhat routinely pulpy mix of sex, blackmail and murder, a polished low-budgeter that doesn’t rise above…
Tribeca Film Institute, the year-round nonprofit affiliated with the Tribeca Film Festival, has named the recipients of the Tribeca All Access awards, with two Creative Promise winners, a special…
A U.S. tour of Alfred Hitchcock's nine earliest surviving works, all silent pics newly restored by the British Film Institute, will roll out this summer.
A corporate headhunter battling alcoholism and marital problems suffers a literal and figurative meltdown while on the job in "Houston," the second feature from German helmer-scribe Bastian Gunther…
The program returns from its surprisingly tasty maiden run clicking on all cylinders.
"Bachelorette" star Isla Fisher is in talks to join John Hawkes and Jennifer Aniston in writer-director Dan Schechter's untitled adaptation of Elmore Leonard's 1978 novel "The Switch."
"Glee" thesp Chris Colfer plays another precociously creative and snark-slinging high schooler in "Struck by Lightning," a mediocre coming-of-age indie.
An oddly endearing mix of graphic sex, young love and home-movie noir from the Shumanski brothers.
Nobody does emotional blackmail better than Polly Stenham -- or, rather, her characters. Demands made by a wreck of a mother wreaked havoc in the 19-year-old playwright's assured, awards-laden debut…
With a circus parade of mourning Brits and enough appalling circumstances to set proper Englishness back to the Dark Ages, "Death at a Funeral" pits decorum against sex, drugs and dysfunction. The…
A marital blackmail comedy in which the war between the sexes goes only slightly better than the war in Iraq, "The Price to Pay" dares to revisit the unspoken tradition whereby women who don't work…