Choosing a handful of movies from a hundred years of filmmaking is not easy, but Deepa Mehta ("Midnight's Children") took a stab at it for Toronto's celebration of a centenary of Indian cinema, which…
Catherine Breillat's films have always been autobiographical, often painfully so, and yet "Abuse of Weakness" cuts even closer to the marrow than the rest.
Fan Bingbing gets to play around with her screen-goddess image in this sweetly whimsical romantic comedy.
Show business traditionally hasn't been kind to mature actresses, even those with Emmys, Oscars and Tonys tucked under their collective belts. Often, roles that are offered tend to be less than…
‘The Impossible’ – Produced by Belen Atienza, Alvaro Augustin, Enrique Lopez-Lavigne & Ghislan Barrois
Atienza heard a radio show remembering the tragedy of the 2004 tsunami on its third anniversary. "Among the guests was (survivor) Maria (Belon)," he says. "I told (J. A.) Bayona about it, and that…
Many of the shingle's series give emotional weight to those who have been marginalized
Jenni Rivera, the Latin music and TV superstar who was on the cusp of a crossover move into English-lingo TV, died early Sunday after her chartered plane crashed following takeoff in Monterrey…
As Saturday night's big honoree, George Clooney must have known what was in store for him as he joined Barbara Davis and all her friends at the 2012 Carousel of Hope Ball. In the VIP room of the…
A tale of a young woman's compulsive and transgressive sexual behavior that features ample shots of its characters' nether-regions, "Hemel" at first feels like a Dutch female version of "Shame."
Marc Forster's "Machine Gun Preacher" is a blunt, morally confused portrait of Sam Childers, the Philadelphia ex-con who found Jesus and has since devoted his life to rescuing children in war-torn…