Creator and co-stars Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam deliver a top-flight adaptation of a TV comedy in nutty, ribald "Clown the Movie."
Sweet-natured "Super Hero Party Clown" gently ribs comicbook-derived cinema cliches by reducing them to absolute basics, minus the superheroics.
Winner of the audience award for narrative feature at the recent Slamdance Film Festival, "Punching the Clown" is a modestly amusing, extremely mild sendup of dream chasing, networking and character…
"El Clown," Emilio Rodriguez and Pedro Adorno's tale of a circus clown's rise to stardom as a pitchman, tracks the erosion of creativity through corporate branding with a healthy dose of absurdism…
Who knew it could be so easy to laugh with specters of death in the room? "Creation: A Clown Show" is funny -- often wildly so -- but consider the two musicians who underscore the clown's antics…
French existentialist Jean Genet, who was renowned as much for his criminal activity as for his literary output, concocted "The Blacks: A Clown Show" (1955) as a kind of surrealistic, postmodern…
"In the Presence of a Clown," Ingmar Bergman's latest telepic, doesn't rank high in the filmmaker's pantheon, but it reps a solid piece of work that will delight aficionados of the vet director, who…