An exquisitely photographed but dramatically underwhelming portrait of little-known Polish-Roma poet Bronislawa Wajs.
“G.B.F.” broke both stereotypes and theater capacities at Outfest’s maxed out Closing Night Gala at Hollywood’s John Anson Ford Theater on July 21. Even a little unseasonable Los Angeles sprinkling…
UPDATE: “The Conjuring” will easily secure the No. 1 spot at the box office with an estimated $32 million, according to Friday returns. Warner Bros. and New Line’s horror pic, made for $20 million…
Inside these two overblown tentpoles are smaller, funnier movies struggling to get out.
The Durban International Film Festival is launching the African Metropolis Short Film Project, seven short films, filmed in seven African cities by seven African directors. The directors and…
Frank Vincent’s self-help tome “A Guy’s Guide to Being A Man’s Man” is heading for the big screen as a comedy via Benderspink. Vincent’s book, co-written with Steven Prigge, was published by Berkley…
Following such rich and strange films as "My Only Sunshine" and "Kosmos," Reha Erdem delivers a visually stunning, vividly emotional narrative of a teenage girl trekking through nature as she escapes…
Innocuous at least, amiable at best, director/co-writer David Andalman's microbudget debut feature promises a comedic exploration of racial mimicry and settles for a half-hearted high-school love…
David Charhon's "On the Other Side of the Tracks" is an efficient Gallic buddy-cop movie that's so eager to please it's almost endearing.
"Midnight In Paris" thesp Corey Stoll has landed a handful of roles signing on a comedy movie based on a David Sedaris essay and indie drama "Glass Chin."