Jess Search, CEO of U.K. documentary-funding org Britdoc, has joined the board of Kickstarter — the crowdfunding company's first outside board appointment since 2010. To date, about $378 million has…
Now that Ben Affleck is locked in to star in David Fincher’s adaptation of “Gone Girl” for Fox and New Regency, the search has turned to which actress will play the title character. Sources tell…
After all the hoo-hah about the backstage battles that had Alec Baldwin climbing onto his high horse and Shia LaBeouf crawling off the field, you'd have expected this "Orphans" revival to be carried…
Well-meaning, overly earnest and sometimes just plain ill judged, "Who Is Dayani Cristal?" uses the discovery of an unidentified male body in Arizona's Sonora desert as the starting point for a sad…
Alan Bennett clearly has a great deal to get off his chest. His supporters may be satisfied, but those in search of drama will be sorely disappointed.
The Channel 4 Britdoc Foundation has joined forces with the South Africa-based Bertha Foundation to launch two funds for documentary features totaling £1.5 million ($2.4 million) over three years.
French-born, Nicaraguan-based artist Jean Marc Calvet recounts a life story as dramatic and colorful as his intense paintings, in Brit helmer Dominic Allan's crisply made docu "Calvet."
The Sundance Institute has unveiled its members of five juries that will award prizes at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 20-30.
The personal diary film assumes particular relevance in "My Kidnapper," a fascinating docu about the search for closure.
Seven wanderers search popular tourist sites across the U.S. looking for the meaning of life.
Knowing the price of everything and the value of nothing was, according to Oscar Wilde, the definition of cynicism. It's also a major affliction for the debt-driven characters in Dennis Kelly's smart…