Plausibility takes a back seat to laughs in Shannon Plumb's debut feature "Towheads," which works better as a series of well-conceived, impeccably timed and executed physical gags, with light…
Braiding the stories of a disparate ensemble variously affected by the malleability of online identity, all arriving at the same predictable moral conclusion, this decently acted pic should easily…
A rock-solid female triumvirate consisting of a French mother and her two daughters threatens to fall apart when one of the siblings starts a relationship with (gasp!) a man in "The Adopted."
Michael Di Jiacomo's "Somewhere Tonight," starring John Turturro, took home top audience honors at the second edition of the American Film Fest, Poland's emerging festival dedicated to U.S. indies…
Among this year's highlights, fest will honor its key champion Ronni Chasen
Making their third Sundance pickup, Roadside Attractions has closed a deal for North American rights to Miranda July's second directorial effort "The Future," with theatrical release later this year.
A deeply poignant and disarmingly personal second feature from writer-director Mike Mills.
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