REARVIEW: A strong showing by Canadian and British filmmakers, an outstanding selection of performances and a relentless flow of Oscar hype were all in evidence at the Toronto Film Festival.
This initially playful, ultimately haunting look at the once-secret career of street photographer Vivian Maier is an aptly obsessive study of obsession.
Tokyo won the vote for 2020 Summer Olympic Games on Saturday, beating out two other finalists Istanbul and Madrid. The Japanese capital city previously held the Summer Olympics in 1964, while the…
“Tim’s Vermeer,” helmed by Teller of illusionist-comedians Penn & Teller and a recent Sony Pictures Classics acquisition, is one of 14 documentary features world-preeming this September at the…
Submarine Entertainment has come on board John Maloof and Charles Siskel's "Finding Vivian Maier," a documentary about the street photographer.
Post-apocalyptic drama requires its own set of rules, and in "Revolution's" case, plenty of willing suspension of disbelief.
Who else but James Franco would cobble together his ongoing higher education, books of poetry, NYU graduate students, independent financing and fellow A-list actors to create not one, but two new…
"The Adventures of Tintin" star Jamie Bell is attached to topline "Fighting Jacob," a quirky romantic comedy that Charlie McDowell will direct from a script by Justin Lader. Kate Mara ("Brokeback…
Charlie Sheen's syndie sitcom "Anger Management" has found a home at FX.
"Wish Me Away" is a fascinating portrait of Chely Wright, the first significant American country music artist to openly identify herself as gay.
This witless medieval stoner comedy feels like something hatched during a cannabis-clouded slumber party.