An evocatively shot, rawly unsentimental coming-of-ager from debut helmer Eliza Hittman, "It Felt Like Love" follows a vulnerable teen who envies the sexual experience of her confident older friend…
God Loves Uganda
Kyle Patrick Alvarez steers auds to some gloriously uncomfortable places in this first adaptation of David Sedaris' work.
Slow as molasses but every bit as rich, Lowery's gorgeously shot third feature suggests a lost artifact freshly unearthed from the 1970s, or the origin story behind a long-lost folk ballad about…
Capturing colorful lives dedicated to artistic practices that have so far garnered scant financial success, Zachary Heinzerling's five-years-in-the-making portrait of Brooklyn-based artists Ushio and…
Only an actor as appealing as Joseph Gordon-Levitt could pull off the role he creates for himself in "Don Jon's Addiction," an endearingly masturbatory look at how a culture of objectification erodes…
Comedy expands beyond the usual clubs and venues
Fox and Walden Media are running away with "Family Circus," hiring the writing team of Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price to adapt the comicstrip as a live action project.
A fierce, homegrown anti-gay movement and a vastly outnumbered LGBT community confront each other in Uganda to uncertain and unsettling results in "Call Me Kuchu."
Pic often toddles over the fine line between cute and cloying before finding its footing in the final reel.