"Free the Mind" is an elegant if somewhat overlong documentary about the pioneering work of University of Wisconsin psychologist Richard Davidson.
Patience and an openness to contemplation will be essential for audiences to appreciate Godfrey Reggio's black-and-white reverie.
Dennis Kelly, Tony-winning bookwriter of the musical "Matilda," is second only to Caryl Churchill as the U.K.'s most ambitious and iconoclastic dramatist. "The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas,"…
Liz Flahive, a producer and writer on the hit Showtime series “Nurse Jackie,” wrote “The Madrid,” a dull domestic drama about a middle-aged woman who inexplicably walks out on her family. Edie…
What begins as a barbed satire of our pill-popping, self-medicating society morphs into something intriguingly different in this elegantly coiled puzzler.
The Directors Guild of America has selected Milos Forman as the recipient of its lifetime achievement award for distinguished achievement in motion picture direction.
Helmer Austin Pendleton's production has the handsome look (of battered elegance) and elusive spirit (beautiful, but damned) of his prior Chekhovian outings for the CSC.
The mesmerizing acting of such exquisite writing holds the audience rapt throughout.
A melancholic, rather cold French-set adaptation of Didier Decoin's novel inspired by the 1964 murder of Kitty Genovese.
Paramount's "True Grit" saddles up while Universal's "Little Fockers" adds one more to the corral at the pre-holiday box office as both open wide today to get a leg up on what typically is a modest…
"Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno " was bestowed the Colcoa Critics Award.