Social activist Grace Lee Boggs is the sort of feisty, irresistible camera subject that will lend this lively and intelligent documentary a decent fest profile.
Cementing himself as the great classicist of his generation, James Gray turns back the clock to 1921 for a romantic tale that cuts to the very soul of the American experience.
From the point of view of world sports, Brazil is about to have its blazing moment in the sun. Will this period of high visibility also extend to other sectors of its culture?
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The Collective partners Sam Maydew and Jeff Golenberg are preparing to exit the management-production powerhouse to launch a new entity focused on repping clients in film and TV. Michael Green will…
Intl. hits embolden region's filmmakers to bigger dreams
Despite occasional triumphs such as Kathryn Bigelow's Oscar, the advance of female filmmakers around the world remains halting and sporadic.
Kevin Smith's pic is like a dull blade slashing wildly, predictably and ineffectually at its target.
Having produced a series of memorable documentaries devoted to veterans and the Iraq war, HBO widens that lens in its latest Veteran's Day offering, "Wartorn: 1861-2010."
It's a rare film that feels too short, but pic leaves one wanting more -- more story.
Warren Cowan, entertainment publicity pioneer and mentor to scores of publicists over more than 60 years in the business, died Wednesday, just three weeks after being diagnosed with melanoma, at…
A throwback to drive-in days when an outlandishly lurid moniker sometimes gave you all (if not more than) the amusement value of the movie itself, "Zombie Strippers!" is a one-joke pic that duly…