Transactional attorneys include Harry "Skip" Brittenham, P. John Burke, Stan Coleman, George Cooke, Jay L. Cooper, Jacqueline Eckhouse, Craig Emanuel, Matt Galsor, Cliff Gilbert-Lurie, Joel A. Katz…
TORONTO – Gus Holwerda's "The Unbelievers" (pictured), following scientists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss' crusade to trumpet the importance of science, and A.J. Schnack's "Caucus," a…
Poker-faced mockumentary "Janeane From Des Moines" centers on an evangelical Christian and avid conservative who might easily pass as a real person -- and indeed does, in the company of various GOP…
An artfully downbeat drama that proves easier to admire than to embrace, "At Any Price" offers another highly specific snapshot of a little-seen American subculture from writer-helmer Ramin Bahrani.
For those needing an example of how critical tax incentives have become in the decision to greenlight a film, look no further than Fox Searchlight's "Cedar Rapids."
Both a profile and a provocation, "Zielinski" is also a dream match of style and subject.
Brave, politically minded souls will be winging it to Des Moines in the coming week for the waning days of the Iowa campaign, and they may be surprised to know that they will be there in time for a…
There's not quite as much corn in "The Final Season" as there is in the Iowa farm fields that run through it, but it's close.
Upping the ante on ridicule by creating an entire town of Joe and Josephine Schmos, "Invasion Iowa" doesn't push quite hard enough to be truly memorable, but it probably goes too far to leave any of…
A terrific premise -- Can non-urban Caucasian youngsters from the Corn Belt lay a legitimate claim to inner-city-inspired language and attitudes? -- receives frustratingly uneven treatment in Marc…
The Major and the Minor is a sparkling and effervescing piece of farce-comedy. Story [suggested by the play Connie Goes Home by Edward Childs Carpenter and the story Sunny Goes Home by Fannie…