The Sundance Film Festival: Hong Kong will return for the second year with an expanded program including film-making and music workshops.
"Inspired" by an episode from the director's 1950s childhood -- a trauma that prompted her family to ship her from "the brown streets of Brooklyn" to a Missouri home inhabited by a madwoman -- the…
If you can overlook the absurdity of casting the ravishing Jessica Chastain as the plain and clumsy heroine of "The Heiress," Ruth and Augustus Goetz's 1947 stage adaptation of "Washington Square,"…
Broadway's fall season has begun falling into place, with Main Stem plays "Grace" and "The Heiress" both setting theaters and dates.
Straining to be a distaff "Deliverance," indie thriller "Black Rock" is unable to shock, much less convince.
"True Adolescents" bears the dubious distinction of combining mumblecore's penchant for artistic slackers with Hollywood's celebration of immature slobs.
Documentaries have long been viewed as the poor, overly-earnest relatives of big, sexy feature films.
Admirably ambitious if awkwardly titled.
A convincing argument that the human race is on borrowed time.
An exploding bathroom stall of a movie, "Outrage" makes an excellent ipso facto case for itself.
- How Jonathan Demme’s ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Broke Countless Oscar Conventions
- Emmys: Allison Janney Goes Lead for ‘Mom’ as Campaigns Jockey for Position
- Jill Soloway’s ‘I Love Dick’ Brings the ‘Female Gaze’ to Emmy Voters
- A Year After ‘Birth of a Nation,’ Fox Searchlight Lines Up Oscar Season Players