In a region where local TV content readily trumps foreign programming, Warner Channel is producing original content for the first time with the Latin American remake of its Emmy-winning plastic…
In God We Trust
An engrossing, well-structured look at the convoluted schemes by which Bernie Madoff made off with billions in investors' money
A total of 117,000 people turned out for the screenings and events of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, according to figures reported by the fest, with more than 95% of all available tickets sold. The…
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Mira Nair, introducing her new pic, IFC's "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," said it was "very, very fitting" that it open at the Tribeca Film Festival, on April 22.
A true-life horror story, Dan Krauss' chilling war-is-hell expose is must-see viewing.
Sofia Coppola’s “The Bling Ring” will open Un Certain Regard at the Cannes Film Festival in May, laying to rest rumors that it would compete in official competition. The festival tweeted the…
On another Sunday when cable figured to produce big numbers for programs like “The Walking Dead” and “The Bible,” ABC’s “Revenge” bounced back a bit from its recent low, but the net’s new closer on…
Recognizable thesps and creatives are on the roster of the 2013 Tribeca Festival's 33-film Spotlight section, with the 23 world preems on tap including Melissa Leo in "Bottled Up," Paul Rudd and Paul…
When it comes to television, it's hard to intimidate Mark Burnett. But when his wife, actress-producer Roma Downey, suggested they take on Bible for a TV project, his initial response was: "That's…
A naive farming couple from the picturesque but impoverished rice-growing region of Banaue, northern Philippines, come to grief in the crime-ridden capital in Brit helmer Sean Ellis's polished…
One could accuse Argentinian director Daniel Burman's latest comedy of being forced and artificial, but the concept of "All In" willfully incorporates these effects.