Anna Martinez's debut feature adapts an Arthur Schnitzler novella in intriguingly stylized fashion.
Obsessed With The Dress
Martin Scorsese will executive produce and Dean Devlin’s Electric Entertainment will fully finance indie drama “The Wannabe,” starring Patricia Arquette, Vincent Piazza and Michael Imperioli. The…
Setting aside concerns about stereotypes and socioeconomics for a moment, it's fascinating how much "Devious Maids" — from "Desperate Housewives" producer Marc Cherry and one of its stars, Eva…
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Talk about shows that appeal to niche audiences! Daniel Pearle’s new play, “A Kid Like Jake,” should captivate yuppie parents from upscale urban neighborhoods who are obsessed with getting their…
The latest in a string of audience-of-none, end-is-nigh indie dramedies, “Rapture-Palooza” strains to find comedy in the book of Revelation, tracking a contempo young couple besieged by CG locusts…
Baz Luhrmann took me by surprise four years ago when he confided over lunch that he intended to shoot "The Great Gatsby" as his next movie — he explained that he had become obsessed with the "Gatsby"…
As fashionistas across the globe await Sunday’s Academy Awards show, excited to see what the nominees and presenters are wearing this year, everyone in the know agrees on one thing. There will be no…
We TV began the week ramping up its original programming slate, greenlighting a new series and second-season orders for 2013.
Twenty-two artisans who are advancing to bigger projects
Repulsive and sublimely beautiful, arguably celebratory and damning of its characters, "Paradise: Love" is hideous and masterful all it once, "Salo" with sunburn.
One of the more singular filmmakers working in South America's southern cone, Gonzalo Castro explores worlds both terpsichorean and erotic with stirring results in "Dioramas."