Multihyphenate Leland Orser inspires more grudging respect for his austere storytelling than emotional empathy for his anguished characters in "Morning."
The world preem of "A New York Heartbeat," a screening of upcoming Epix doc "TWA Flight 800" and a career kudo for Killer Films’ Christine Vachon are among the highlights of the 18th annual Stony…
The TV movie remains in relative decline, which makes a weekend in which two high-profile versions with big-name stars and overt messages playing directly opposite each other especially noteworthy…
Craig Rosebraugh's docu "Greedy, Lying Bastards" covers ground well-traveled by environmental exposes from "An Inconvenient Truth" to "The Island President." Rosebraugh, however, focuses less on the…
Inspiring docu "State 194" traces some positive developments that may pave the way to peace in the Middle East, or perhaps an independent Palestine accepted by the United Nations.
A formula-hugging coming-of-age soaper whose fringe benefits include memorable perfs from its trio of young talents -- chiefly Emma Watson breaking type as a reformed bad girl -- and classy cameos…
The composers and supervisors behind the upcoming fall releases
Industry expands in emerging world markets
Inspired by the case of Kim and Krickitt Carpenter (upgraded to Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams onscreen), "The Vow" reps that most welcome kind of Valentine's Day offering, focusing on the…
With "Darwin," Swiss director Nick Brandestini affectionately documents roughly a third of the town's dwindling population -- at 35, their number is two fewer than when he began in 2009.
At ASCAP's 26th annual Film & Television Music Awards on Thursday, the parade of composers receiving kudos for music from 2010's top B.O. earners included James Horner ("The Karate Kid"), Hans Zimmer…