Variance Films has set a U.S. release for Roger Ross Williams' documentary “God Loves Uganda,” starting with New York City on Oct. 11. The film explores the role of the American Evangelical movement…
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Mixing high-profile star power with offbeat titles, the 40th Telluride Film Festival is offering a glimpse of an eclectic array of awards contenders over Labor Day weekend. The lineup, unveiled…
No longer simply the sidekick, Tonto gets top billing in Disney's extravagant Lone Ranger reboot, which partners a heavily face-painted Johnny Depp with the blandly handsome Armie Hammer.
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Paula Deen’s tearful, live apology on “Today” this morning did little to persuade Walmart and Caesars Entertainment from cutting ties with the fallen celeb cook, who admitted to using racial slurs in…
Variety scribes won prizes in the the Entertainment Feature category at the Los Angeles Press Club's 55th SoCal Journalism Awards on Sunday night. Reporters Rachel Abrams, Clifford Coonan, Ted…
Sad to say, "My Children! My Africa!" doesn't feel the least bit dated in Signature's stirring revival production helmed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Even more than in "Our Beloved Month of August," Miguel Gomes begins "Tabu" in a seemingly ridiculous vein and unexpectedly shifts to something surprisingly enriching and poetic.
With the success of 2009's "District 9" still fresh in their minds, producers are cherry-picking South African sci-fi properties, making it one of hottest genres this side of Swedish crime fiction.
Docu filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky have refused to claim credit for helping the men known as the West Memphis Three secure their release in August after 18 years in prison.
The U.K. film and TV distribution business will face weeks of disruption following an arson attack on the Sony DADC building in London. The warehouse was attacked by rioters Monday as large parts of…
BBC America explores the "colonists facing strange, foreboding world" turf in "Outcasts," an intriguing if not wholly satisfying drama whose premise remains more beguiling than its cast two episodes…