In cable TV terms, "Masters of Sex" feels like a triumph of concept and casting even before you get to the perfectly entertaining series birthed out of those two well-devised elements. Revisiting…
France, the land that coined the term "auteur," is a welcoming market for U.S. arthouse fare. There's even an event — the Champs-Elysees Film Festival, soon to unspool its second edition along the…
Braiding the stories of a disparate ensemble variously affected by the malleability of online identity, all arriving at the same predictable moral conclusion, this decently acted pic should easily…
Sex workers and clients in Thailand, Bangladesh and Mexico are observed closely and with nonjudgmental detachment.
Sam Levinson's "Another Happy Day," Tony Kaye's "Detachment" and Liza Johnson's "Return" are among the 14 competition pics unveiled by the 37th Deauville American Film Festival on Tuesday.
Beautiful artwork and a powerful story are the key elements of animated docu "Crulic -- The Path to Beyond."
Set in a high-school on its last legs, with a staff of administrators and educators near meltdown, pic is scathing, in-your-face indictment of the public school system.
A fitfully dramatic study of the conflict between political involvement and necessary detachment.
This is the kind of sparsely plotted comedy that depends on compelling characters, but it stars two young actors defined by ironic detachment.
There's a tug of war in play between ironic detachment and earnest sincerity in composer Tom Kitt and writer-lyricist Brian Yorkey's musical about an ordinary family whose lives have inescapably been…
An unfashionably low-key but claustrophobic study of a middle-class Madrid family in crisis, "Women in the Park" is as precise as a laser beam but sans the heat. Suffused with a Gallic air of…