Irish director Alan Gilsenan's Canadian co-production is an admirable if not entirely successful drama that does as well as can be hoped with a difficult adaptation task.
Quebecois helmer Charles Biname's English-language pic about the cat-and-mouse games between an insidious patient and a mental hospital director investigating a shrink's disappearance is well-acted…
The hotel isn't haunted but the guest is in Mark Jackson's "War Story," an unusually sober, serious-minded American indie about a war photographer reeling from the death of a colleague,
Catherine Keener, Kiernan Shipka ("Mad Men"), Anton Yelchin, Riley Keough and Annie Starke will star as the dysfunctional family in indie drama “The Greens Are Gone.” Producers are Adam…
Charlie Kaufman has added more high-wattage talent to his FX comedy pilot, recruiting Sally Hawkins and Catherine Keener for key roles. The single-camera comedy “How and Why” revolves around a man…
In her fifth film, Fox Searchlight's "Enough Said," Nicole Holofcener wrote and directed a tale of middle-age romance, which is full of charm but has plenty of heartbreak as well. The film stars…
Nicole Holofcener first met her muse Catherine Keener - who has starred in every film Holofcener has directed - at the gym. When you ask them for more details, the story begins to sound like dialogue…
With its cutesy title, John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?" distracts from the real question looming large over the "Once" director's latest: Can Keira Knightley sing?
The Weinstein Company is singing a song, and is in final negotiations to close a deal for U.S. rights to John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?"
James Gandolfini gives one of his final screen performances in this barbed yet compassionate ensemble comedy.
Paul Greengrass' kinetic docudrama always impresses without ever connecting emotionally in quite the same way as his previous verite efforts.