Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, promoting the recently released documentary "Inequality for All," says that there is a link between the growing income disparity and the wave of states, including…
Inequality For All
"Lee Daniels' The Butler" dares to question why an industry so receptive to Holocaust stories has been so reluctant to produce more movies about the myriad human-rights violations perpetrated on our…
In the days before "Elysium" opened last week, a handful of right-wing news outlets attacked the film for being "sci-fi socialism."
This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
Already a world leader in finished films, Cannes is entering the unfinished film business.
San Francisco Film Society has selected Philip Kaufman as the recipient of its Founder's Directing Award. The kudo will be presented on May 7 as the awards ceremonies for the 56th San Francisco…
“What Maisie Knew” has been tapped as the opening night film of the San Francisco International Film Festival on April 25 at the Castro Theater. Scott McGehee and David Siegel’s drama…
"Fruitvale," writer-director Ryan Coogler's emotional, fact-based drama about the last day in the life of 22-year-old Bay Area shooting victim Oscar Grant, scored a double victory at the Sundance…
Radius-TWC continued its Sundance buying binge on Wednesday, closing its fourth deal of the festival with Jacob Kornbluth's documentary "Inequality for All" and kicking off what's sure to be a more…
Radius-TWC has closed its fourth deal of Sundance, picking up Jacob Kornbluth's documentary "Inequality For All," which was produced by Jennifer Chaiken and Sebastian Dungan.
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.
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