Actresses and friends Jess Weixler and Jennifer Prediger make a largely inauspicious debut as filmmakers with "Trouble Dolls."
Los Angeles Film Festival
Viggo Mortensen 'Embraces the Ugly Side of Characters,' Says 'Two Faces of January' Director Hossein Amini
Hossein Amini admitted to a bit of jet lag before Tuesday night's screening of “The Two Faces of January” at the Regal at LA Live at the Los Angeles Film Festival. “I've just been at the Sydney Film…
Watching an estimable quintet of character actors do their thing is the chief pleasure of the largely routine thriller "Cut Bank."
Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard accepted the Spirit of Independence Award Monday at the Los Angeles Film Festival and discussed their paths into the industry as…
David Wain found himself in reflective mood as his romcom spoof “They Came Together” had its West Coast premiere Monday night at the Los Angeles Film Festival. “We tried to make this in 2002 but we…
Flashes of promise can't save "Comet," an ambitious indie misfire that adopts a playful time-jumping chronology to chart five key turning points in a six year relationship.
Kids will be kids. At the L.A. Film Festival's "Earth to Echo" premiere at L.A. Live Saturday afternoon, 15-year-old star Teo Halm said his favorite scene to shoot in the film was driving a car. "I…
A clever premise is executed with minimal imagination in "Inner Demons," a found-footage horror pic in which a crew from an "Intervention"-like reality show slowly realize their drug addict subject…
Thirty-nine filmmakers, plus Hollywood honchos including Sue Kroll, Catherine Hardwicke and Nancy Utley, descended on the Parker Meridien Palm Springs hotel this week for an event that's totally…
On a typically temperate June evening, the 20th Los Angeles Film Festival launched Wednesday with Bong Joon-ho's “Snowpiercer,” an evocation of a massive train in a frozen future world. Shot two…