Nobody could accuse Robert Falls of taking the safe route with 'Desire.'
Oakley Hall III
Francophile filmgoers were already well aware of cinematographer Eric Gautier's work long before Sean Penn enlisted him for "Into the Wild." The Paris native is the lenser of choice for post-Nouvelle…
Hair, like unruly brats, sometimes needs a time out. And recent heat and humidity has caused manes to frizz and silken strands to sulk. Enter the headband.
Local distributor Golden Scene has picked up international sales rights to "The Heavenly Kings," the directorial debut of Hong Kong idol Daniel Wu.
Providing the darkest of humor, more guns than a Peckinpah movie and a full-frontal assault on Teutonic machismo, Dominique Deruddere's black-hearted comedy "The Wedding Party" ends up a bit broad…
"Too Pure" is an exercise in unpleasantness, recycling familiar elements to tell the supposedly true story of a Mexican-American woman (Mayte Vilan) kidnapped and tortured by a roving band of…
Whatever else happens on or Off Broadway between now and June, the season can at least be remembered for bringing two exemplary British productions --- and two stunning performances --- to the New…
At long last, "Annie Warbucks" alights in Manhattan, a small miracle given the fact that this famously troubled show has been killed once, orphaned twice and has boasted three Annies since its debut…