In today’s hyper-caffeinated age, precious little lives up to its hype. But the “Breaking Bad” finale — perhaps appropriately — got the chemistry just right. From the first frame to the last on a…
BOGOTA – More than anything else, the 4th Bogota Audiovisual Market underscored the rapid re-positioning of Colombia's burgeoning film industry. Late last decade, Colombian movies were a mostly local…
BOGOTA – Bogota-based director-producer Miguel Urrutia ("Wake Up and Die," "The Game of the Hangman") is attached to direct "Madness," from a screenplay by Robert McKee, one of the world's best-known…
Robert Rodriguez's "Machete Kills" will have its world premiere on Sept. 19 as the opening night film for Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.
More entertaining than especially revelatory, this timely documentary about gun ownership adds a sprightly note to a somber subject.
Peter Whitehead's never-released 1965 film renders a sharply focused black-and-white snapshot of the Rolling Stones rapidly approaching superstardom after the release of "Satisfaction."
Admirers of nuanced theological discourse, an admittedly small and underserved segment of the moviegoing public, have a welcome conversation-starter at hand in "Hellbound?"
Parents could be making their kids wear helmets to the library by the conclusion of helmer Steve James' science-and-sports docu "Head Games," which scores solid hits on everyone from the NFL down to…
Fox is going young with "Fancy Nancy," acquiring rights to the children's book series and setting it with studio-based Shawn Levy at his 21 Laps banner.
Pic exposes the marginalization of escapees from the North through a protag whose unsophisticated yet steady moral compass is battered by people mired in cynicism or worse.
Attention aspiring filmmakers: Forget NYU, skip USC, ditch Robert McKee and get a load of Nigeria.