The moves are none too surprising but the psychological back-and-forth still compels attention in "Pawn Sacrifice."
A well-intentioned but thuddingly obvious addition to the "Stand and Deliver" subgenre of high-school inspirational dramas.
Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. rights to Andrew Bujalski's comedy "Computer Chess," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
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An endearingly nutty, proudly analog tribute to the ultra-nerdy innovators of yesteryear, this quasi-mockumentary is easy to admire in spirit even when its haphazard construction practically defines…
David M. Rosenthal's "A Single Shot," starring Sam Rockwell and William H. Macy, is among four U.S. films that will unspool in the Berlin Film Festival's Forum section, which unveiled its complete…
Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products has announced the appointment of Nabil Kazi to VP, global promotions and the promotion of Morgan Chess to VP, digital strategy and commerce.
Since it was released as a concept album in 1984, "Chess" by Tim Rice, Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus has been through more reincarnations than Shirley MacLaine.
It's high time that Signature Theater a.d. Eric Schaeffer took on the challenge of "Chess."
Approaching the blues with the enthusiasm of an overcaffeinated brass band, helmer Darnell Martin nonetheless makes some kind of music with the percolating '50s biopic "Cadillac Records" -- mostly…
When Andy Lack was a teenager living in New York, he would sneak into Harlem with his older brother to catch concerts by Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley or Muddy Waters at the Apollo Theater.
"Who Do You Love" follows the story of Leonard Chess, founder of Chess Records and the man who delivered Chicago blues and Chuck Berry to the world.