With movie music nights having become de rigueur at concert halls and amphitheaters across the land — not to mention recently sprung festival showcases — it might be important to note the event that…
French actor Bruno Cremer, best known for his role as detective Jules Maigret in French series "Maigret," died Aug. 7 in Paris of cancer. He was 80.
The L.A. Opera delivers yet another supremely delicious bel-canto comedy.
A crowd-pleaser capable of grabbing auds who avoid anything that smacks of "family entertainment."
Bruno Barreto's "Last Stop 174" goes through the motions of depicting a deeply troubled and bereft life but adds little new to the many bigscreen portrayals of poverty and desperation at the bottom…
Very bad men do very bad things on a daily and/or nightly basis in "Crime Insiders," an extremely violent gangster pic awash in brutal guys, guns, dope, prostitutes, night clubs and foul language…
The Independent Feature Project unveiled its lineup for its 28th annual market, unspooling Sept. 17-21 in Gotham. Some 186 projects were selected out of 1,235 submitted for this year's market…
Terry Johnson's dark comedy of Sigmund Freud's last hours is a tantalizing, if intellectually facile, hodgepodge of theatrical styles and tones that alternately winks, soars and thuds through Freud's…
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