Harrison Ford will return to Comic-Con to promote “Ender’s Game.” After surprising attendees in 2010 when he showed up on stage in hand-cuffs during a panel for Universal’s “Cowboys & Aliens”…
Tribeca Film Institute, the nonprofit org affiliated with the Tribeca Film Festival, has set the slate for its upcoming TFI Interactive conference, a daylong event skedded during the upcoming 2013…
Codeblack Films has acquired theatrical rights to Shola Lynch's documentary "Free Angela and All Political Prisoners" and has partnered with BET Networks for an April 5 release at AMC locations in…
Like the film itself, Dawn Porter's handful of devoted, charismatic attorneys do a righteous job of reminding people that the accused are innocent until proven guilty, and that the criminal justice…
Well-meaning, overly earnest and sometimes just plain ill judged, "Who Is Dayani Cristal?" uses the discovery of an unidentified male body in Arizona's Sonora desert as the starting point for a sad…
Eugene Jarecki's drug documentary "The House I Live In" has been set for release on Oct. 5.
A portrait of an invisible man, "Herman's House" is a raised voice in the constitutional debate over solitary confinement, as well as a film about art: What would "dream home" mean to a man who's…
Hindsight allows David France's stirring "How to Survive a Plague" a concise overview's clarity and an epic narrative shape, with a happy ending to boot.
New plays by Edward Albee, Kenneth Lonergan, Katori Hall and Will Eno plus a trio of works by Athol Fugard are set as the inaugural lineup of the new three-venue home of Off Broadway's Signature…
This inspiring big-issue docu virtually ensures "Remember the Maldives!" will become a rallying cry in the fight against global warming.
Maybach Cunningham Entertainment, producer of "Martha Marcy May Marlene," is ramping up production on a pair of projects -- "Mother of George" and "The Low Road."