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…
Manuscripts Don’t Burn
A trifling comedy about writer's block that aims for a blend of Richard Curtis-style cheeriness and arch literary satire.
CANNES — "Blue Is the Warmest Color," Abdellatif Kechiche's sweeping and sexually explicit drama about a French teenage girl's love affair with another woman, received the Palme d'Or at the 66th…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- ‘La La Land,’ ‘Arrival,’ ‘Moonlight’ Lead Critics’ Choice Movie Nominations
The main prizes of the Cannes Film Festival were handed out by Steven Spielberg's jury on Sunday night.
CANNES — Confirming its status as one of the major revelations of year's Cannes Festival, Abdellatif Kechiche's "Blue is the Warmest Color" took the nod Saturday from the Fipresci Intl. Federation…
Mohammad Rasoulof's slow-burning, clandestinely made fifth feature is a brave, challenging look at Iran's feared security apparatus.
Karlovy Vary, Central Europe’s leading film fest, is to pay tribute to Jerry Schatzberg. The helmer, who was one of the leading lights of New Hollywood, will present three of his early works: his…
IFC Midnight has acquired North American rights to action-thriller “Raze,” starring Zoe Bell, Rachel Nichols, Tracie Thoms and Sherilyn Fenn. Deal was announced at Cannes, where Celluloid Dreams is…
A literary film that stands to work best for those who don't read, "The Words" is a slick, superficially clever compendium of stories about authors of uncertain talent and varying success.
Italy is hopping on the 3D bandwagon with a pair of titles from two of its most exported directors: horror maestro Dario Argento and soft-porn helmer Tinto Brass.
A.R. Gurney adds a playwright's voice to the chorus of disapproval surrounding George W. in this impish piece of agitprop, directed with understated wit by Jim Simpson and adorned by lively perfs…