Director-producer Scott Mactavish uses straightforward talking head interviews with family menders and friends to evokes the extraordinary focus and courage Navy SEAL Lt. Murphy seems to have been…
Fernando Eimbcke's latest deadpan comedy observes a mother coming to accept the imminent end of her son's childhood.
Ettore Scola's affectionate tribute to Federico Fellini is a magical trip through history and memory, recounting the decades shared by these two deities of cinema.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
"Rush," the high-octane car racing film about the public rivalry between legendary Formula One drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt during the 1970s, has all the markings of Tinseltown's latest flashy…
J.C. Suares, graphic designer and illustrator whose credits include the revamped look for weekly Variety in the early 1990s, died July 30 in Englewood, N.J., of heart failure after two surgeries to…
The New Yorker unveiled its cover issue commemorating the Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage: an illustration of Bert and Ernie from “Sesame Street,” cuddling in front of a TV set, watching…
Special f/x legend and stop motion animation pioneer Ray Harryhausen died Tuesday morning in London. He was 92.
"What is growing up, precisely?" That's an unusually loaded question since it's asked by the woman who inspired "Alice in Wonderland" of the man who inspired "Peter Pan." Having issued the challenge…
Covering a broad swath of liberal economic theory in brisk, simply stated fashion, "Inequality for All" aims to do for income disparity what "An Inconvenient Truth" did for climate change.
"La sirga" is a thoroughly engrossing art film committed more to ambiguity than to clarity, and as much to sound as to image.
A tale of a femme Robinson Crusoe with evergreens instead of palms and mountain peaks instead of sandy beaches, "The Wall" reps another showcase for the mesmerizing face of thesp Martina Gedeck.