A medical disaster movie depicting how a South Korean city becomes ground zero for the H5N1 epidemic, "Flu" delivers a transfusion of harrowing realism, government duplicity and dripping…
The 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks is coming up — which is a good enough reason to do a lot of TV specials commemorating those events.
Film industry pros usually choose between being a "suit" or a "creative," with business execs rarely attempting artistic careers and vice-versa. But as traditionally low indie film budgets become…
A treasure trove of archival performance footage and a stellar lineup of reminiscing interviewees make "Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation" a most enjoyable flashback.
Gimlet-eyed and caustic under a facade of civility, "16 Acres" takes a potentially tedious story -- the predictably tiresome catfight over the rebuilding of the World Trade Center -- and turns it…
Film focuses firmly on the evacuees from Futaba, which became ground zero on March 12, 2011.
In the wake of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, the TV industry did something extraordinary.
The shock of watching airplanes fly into the World Trade Center, leaving smoke and flames billowing from the Twin Towers, is among the most defining moments in television.
Science Channel is going forward with "The World of Michael Crichton," a project that will focus on the bestselling science fiction author.
A frank, no-frills account of the AIDS crisis as seen from ground zero -- San Francisco's gay Castro Street district circa 1980.
Amble down Leonard Street toward trendy Gotham nightspot the Knitting Factory these days and you'll see music fans lingering out front for a quick chat or a cigarette before the night's performance…