VENICE -Italo helmer Gianfranco Rosi’s fresh docu “Sacro GRA,” about people living on the fringe along the ring road around Rome, is the winner of the Venice Film Festival’s 70th edition which…
Jonathan Glazer's alien adventure deserves the Golden Lion. But why wasn't Alfonso Cuaron's space odyssey in competition?
Emma Dante uses a scalpel lightly coated with black humor to dissect Sicilian society in this thinly stretched debut feature.
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While both festivals enjoy the sunny weather of the fall schedule, they offer the festivalgoer entirely different experiences.
ROME – Venice topper Alberto Barbera has unveiled a rich mix of name auteurs and newcomers, crowdpleasers and esoteric pics, with U.S. and U.K. titles playing prominently, in his lineup for the 70th…
Expectations were sky high for Tom Hooper's film version of "Les Miserables," adapted from the Broadway hit by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg. The epic blockbuster, clocking in at almost…
"I just saw 'Looper' and Pierce Gagnon, the little boy who played Emily Blunt's demonic son, was incredible. There's a level of reality there, a level of authenticity." -- Bradley Cooper on Pierce…
Fox Searchlight's "Lola Versus" is the latest in a long tradition of breaking-up movies that make you feel good. At Tuesday's Gotham preem at the SVA Theater, Greta Gerwig chose "Annie Hall" as her…
Pic delivers a freestyle overview of hip-hop that's heavy on rap-celeb interviews and aggravatingly light on context of any sort.
A slickly packaged addition to the myriad documentaries made about the recent events in Cairo's Tahrir Square, "1/2 Revolution" offers the privileged perspective of a group of filmmaker/activist…
As pedestrian as its title, sports docu "Rise and Shine" finds little of real interest in the story of Jay DeMerit, a Midwesterner who successfully went abroad to find a place in pro soccer.