The title of Laura Israel's "Don't Blink: Robert Frank," a biographical portrait of the famed American photographer and director, refers to its subject's persistent dedication to capturing life in…
New York Film Festival
“Steve Jobs,” boobs, Seth Rogen, lucky breaks, digital alteration and "Titanic" were among the many topics of discussion at Tuesday's "An Evening With Kate Winslet." Held at the Kaplan Penthouse, the…
A multilayered nonfiction work about myth, self-deception and reclaiming life from death.
“Bridge of Spies” got the crowd to its feet at its world premiere screening Sunday at the New York Film Festival, with the audience giving a standing O to director Steven Spielberg and a cast led by…
It's no small feat turning a shyster and an enemy spy into national heroes, but that's the unique achievement of Steven Spielberg's "Bridge of Spies."
Steve Jobs was a corporate rock star with few equals. He made Apple the most successful technology company in the world, but his influence went beyond balance sheets. The phones, computers and…
What would you do if the world's most fearsome military presence threatened to invade where you live? How does one even begin to prepare for that kind of assault?
When George Clooney was cast in the Coen Brothers' 2000 comedy "O Brother, Where Art Thou," he naturally turned to a family member for research. He sent the script to his Uncle Jack in Kentucky, with…
Where’s the best place to show off your Oscar? According to Kate Winslet it’s where she keeps hers, the bathroom. Six Academy Awards nominations later, the 39 year-old star finally netted the Oscar…
"We Are Alive" is a spiritual companion piece to documentarian Carmen Castillo's 2007 "Calle Santa Fe," not only because of its focus on her personal connection (and commitment) to global insurgency…
Both as warm and as no-holds-barred blunt as its subject, "Everything Is Copy" proves a stirring portrait of Nora Ephron by her son, writer-director Jacob Bernstein.