"Gravity," "Runner Runner," "Parkland," "All Is Bright" and other new theatrical releases reviewed.
Let the Fire Burn
Jason Osder's riveting documentary chronicles the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and the radical group Move.
Kevin Reynolds is on board to direct “Resurrection” for LD Entertainment. LD will produce and finance the pic with Mickey Liddell and Patrick Aiello producing through the banner. The story tells of…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Painfully sincere but hopelessly amateurish, "In Search of the American Dream" is a long and technically ragged indie about Hispanic siblings driven to extremes after their undocumented parents are…
ArcLight Cinemas will host its third annual Documentary Film Festival from Oct. 9 to 13 at the theater's Hollywood location. This year’s fest received more than 250 submissions — its highest to date…
Static and uninvolving despite a decent cast, Wiebke von Carolsfeld's film is unlikely to generate more than modest sales beyond the fest circuit.
Jackie Lomax, a singer-songwriter who worked with the Beatles and enjoyed a long solo career, died Sunday in the Wirral, near Liverpool in northwest England, following a brief illness. He was 69 and…
Stories of addiction, heated politics and a strong Internet presence were discernible among this year's standout entries.
Welcome to the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival — now what do you want to do first? Watch a demo of a vidgame starring Ellen Page? Check out the family-friendly activities at the street fair? Explore the…
A divorced Uruguayan father takes his two kids on a rain-sodden vacation in "So Much Water," a well-observed first feature from distaff helming duo Ana Guevara Pose and Leticia Jorge Romero. This…
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…