Jim Bruce makes his feature helming debut with this firm but fair inquiry into the failings of the Federal Reserve.
Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve
A new conference and market devoted to digital entertainment will launch in February. Three-day B2B event Digital Entertainment World, which will be held next year at Los Angeles' Hyatt Regency…
A pregnant Dutchwoman is caught between two very different brothers in "The Family Way," another well-acted, glossy mainstream romantic comedy from helmer Joram Lursen, thesp-scribe Kim van Kooten…
A slow burn leads to a powerful payoff at the denouement of Czech period drama "In the Shadow," which intriguingly brings a film-noir sensibility to a time of great political tension.
Jukebox-musical bios are usually anchored in the life and work of a superstar, readily recognizable by a single name: Judy, Janis, Piaf. Off Broadway's latest offering in the genre, "Forever Dusty,"…
Largely substituting the usual Bollywood song-and-dance with pumped-up bullet ballet, this lengthy but propulsive pic puts a contempo political spin on a classic police-meller formula.
Rhythm & Hues Studios is hunting for new capital, and the visual effects company will likely have to sell a minority stake to get it.
The Women in Film Foundation has announced the 10 recipients for the 27th annual Film Finishing Fund, which this year will assist two narrative feature films, seven docs and one narrative short with…
Midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco there's a wine country without attitude and pretension.
The pic is big, but not big enough; historical, but not exactly accurate; and the extra stuffing, which made "Mysteries" a treasure box of discoveries, here feels merely undigested.
A debonair caper that brings together Korean and Chinese cat burglars for a diamond heist in Macao, "The Thieves" owes much to the sparky gamesmanship and glamour casting of Steven Soderbergh's…