Although not without its flaws, the grim, pay-cable-like series benefits from a strong core cast and appealing look (minus a few glaringly bogus FX shots).
Intelligent scripting and quality thesping by Julia Blake and rising star Firass Dirani distinguish "Last Dance," a slow-burn psychological thriller in which a Holocaust survivor is held captive in…
Brian Friel's decision to have two actors play the public face and private thoughts of the central character in his 1964 breakthrough play "Philadelphia, Here I Come!" is dramatic.
Xiaolu Guo won Locarno's Golden Leopard for "She, a Chinese" and scored praise for docu "Once Upon a Time Proleterian," but her latest, "UFO In Her Eyes," crashes and burns on first contact.
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In a darkened room on the second floor of a non-descript building tucked away in an industrial area just northeast of Bob Hope Airport, a dozen or so young men and women on Reliance MediaWorks…
Movies set in the recent past seldom receive Oscars for art direction or costume design -- categories dominated by fantasy and period films.
Programs up for non-fiction series honors include "American Experience," "American Masters" and "Deadliest Catch."
In the new digital age work that was traditionally undertaken by film labs has been assumed by a group of global companies whose multiple divisions and functions reflect the complexity of film…
Simon Beaufoy will be the springboard for Planet Green's first foray into scripted programming, with the Discovery-owned cabler planning the U.S. premiere of the scribe's two-part telepic "Burn Up"…
"Burn Notice" scribe Ben Watkins has set up a drama project at Fox and 20th Century Fox TV about a undercover femme investigator who battles her own identity issues.