The Rome Film Festival will open with Italo laffer "The Fifth Wheel," by frequent hitmaker Giovanni Veronesi, produced by Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia and Fandango. Touted as being in the…
The Rome Film Festival has secured the world preem of Jonathan Demme’s "Fear of Falling" which reunites Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory, following their cult collaborations on Louis Malle’s "My…
Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has completed a detox program for substance abuse, including snorting heroin, and remains in place to star in the indie drama “God’s Pocket.” TMZ.com first…
Roman Polanski once again transfers a New York stage hit to the screen with maximum fidelity and facility, and a minimum of fuss.
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. 6 Souls Distributor: Radius-TWC One of the movies' least convincing…
Cindy Kleine pays tribute to her famed theater-director hubby in "Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner," with thoroughly delightful results.
PARIS — Helmer Wes Anderson is set to play a special role at April's City of Lights, City of Angels, the French film festival held in Los Angeles, sponsored by Variety. Organizers asked Anderson to…
Louis Malle's daughter Justine fictionalizes (barely) her life when she was 20 and coping with love and her father's approaching death in this understated super-indie production.
Although they talk enough to qualify for radio, John Shea and Lea Thompson make the high-wire act of "The Trouble With the Truth" a convincing, moving and provocative two-hander.
While no less twee than Wes Anderson's earlier pictures, "Moonrise Kingdom" supplies a poignant metaphor for adolescence itself.
A confident and beautifully crafted second film from Norwegian helmer Joachim Trier.
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