A documentary about Italy's decline during the Silvio Berlusconi era, co-written by former Economist magazine editor Bill Emmott, is sparking controversy locally after Rome's modern art museum…
Those in the know have been watching Chris Terrio for some time, but this year, the "Argo" writer finally had the satisfaction of seeing one of his scripts reach the screen.
The time was right. Filmmaker James Toback had been close with Mike Tyson ever since the fighter broke into boxing, even before he became a star in the ring at age 18.
Nicholas Jarecki's "The Outsider" is a portrait of maverick filmmaker James Toback. Jarecki has produced more of a Friar's Club roast than a document, with the negative aspects of the subject made…
Men and women are in perpetual combat in James Toback's films, but the battle takes a darker, more cynical turn here. The faux-feminist streak that has run through Toback's recent work feels no less…
A lively, if slender, perpetuation of the battle between the sexes on a modern battleground, "Two Girls and a Guy" is the filmic equivalent of an intimate Off Broadway play.