Cult U.S. helmer Amos Poe's new film will unspool at next week's Venice film festival, it was announced on Tuesday.
Helmer Jim Jarmusch will curate one day of the three-day 2010 All Tomorrow's Parties New York in September.
Celine Danhier's docu on the Gotham-based, nanobudget underground films of the late 1970s-early '80s often feels as inchoate as the phenomenon under discussion.
Twenty-five years ago, Evan Lurie was a Lounge Lizard who haunted New York City night spots and European jazz festivals. Today he’s the musical tour guide for Pablo the penguin, Tasha the hippo…
Fronted -- hot on the heels of "Pulp Fiction" -- by a dazzlingly confident John Travolta, "Get Shorty," about an underworld shylock out to conquer Hollywood, oozed cool from every scene. Ten years…
Jam-packed with riveting perfs by some of the hottest underground Gotham bands of the early '80s, "Downtown 81" is an extraordinary real-life snapshot of hip, arty, clubland Manhattan in the…
That overemployed staple of '90s U.S. cinema, the serial killer, is rampaging once again in "Clay Pigeons." This sometimes diverting and well-cast effort from feature debutants director David Dobkin…
"Blue in the Face" is amiable enough as far as it goes, but it certainly presents a marketing challenge for Miramax. It will mean nothing to people who haven't seen the film "Smoke," and patrons of…
NEW YORK--Actor-saxophonoist John Lurie is captured in an enlightening, no-frills concert film shot at Berlin's Quartier Latin nightclub. Feature should serve to expand his musical audience rather…