Although its often unintelligible dialogue will severely limit its reach, this powerful dysfunctional-family saga is too well acted to go unreleased.
Ray Bradbury, the influential science-fiction writer who transcended the genre's limitations to be hailed as a literary lion for such works as "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Martian Chronicles," died…
All five finalists leave auds wanting more, illustrating that not all stories require 90 or more minutes in order to convey an inspired idea.
Frivolous fun at best, archly affected tedium at worst, "Lay the Favorite" delivers a disappointing hand.
One look at Albert Nobbs and you can tell he's not your typical 19th-century butler.
This vaguely dystopian, oddly disconnected 3D urban noir is a slick but simple-minded fable.
Lighting excites me the most," says cinematographer Michael McDonough, speaking from Dublin where he's currently filming Rodrigo Garcia's "Albert Dobbs," a period drama starring Glenn Close. "I'm a…
Is Roger Deakins the best cinematographer to never win the Oscar?
This portrait of a Christian community marks a startlingly bold directing debut for Vera Farmiga.
Bleak and exemplary sophomore feature from director Debra Granik.
Ten helmers, each given a formula to shoot a Gotham love story. The results are, well, formulaic.