MSNBC markets itself as a place for discussion and community. Yet when bombs explode at the Boston Marathon or unrest shatters Egypt, viewers want information first, and analysis — even solutions &mdash…
Social activist Grace Lee Boggs is the sort of feisty, irresistible camera subject that will lend this lively and intelligent documentary a decent fest profile.
Campbell Scott has been signed to direct and star in a bigscreen version of Joan Didion's 1977 novel "A Book of Common Prayer."
Gringos in Third World prisons never fare particularly well, and "186 Dollars to Freedom," helmer Camilo Vila's politically conscious thriller about an American surfer framed for drug trafficking, is…
Chris Marker, the tirelessly inventive and influential Gallic filmmaker and multimedia artist known for his philosophical ruminations on time and memory, including 1962 sci-fi classic "La Jetee" and…
Adorable and annoying, patently unnecessary yet kinda sweet, "The Smurfs" is a calculated commercial enterprise with little soul but an appreciable amount of heart.
The sad, little-known story of the deportation of Cuban-born children to the U.S. is recounted in "Operation Peter Pan: Flying Back to Cuba."
Fly-on-the-wall shooting offers a tutorial on how to get inside a story.
A smart, funny, provocative play about three generations of leftist activists in a new world order.
A kernel of a good idea and some strong performances, but the play has a scattershot quality.
A harrowing true story brought to the screen by vet Chilean director Miguel Littin.