Robert De Niro and John Travolta don't exactly shine in this cartoonishly violent drama about two troubled veterans of the Balkan wars.
Like so many international cinephiles, Karel Och considers American movies of the 1970s among the high points of film history. The difference between Och — who serves as artistic director of the…
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. 6 Souls Distributor: Radius-TWC One of the movies' least convincing…
Scribe-helmer Antonio Campos didn't mince words at the April 2 Gotham preem of IFC's "Simon Killer."
Humor was used onscreen and off at April 2 preem of Gravitas Ventures' “The Story of Luke” at the Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills, where thesps and creatives took a light-hearted approach to the…
LONDON — Sundance London, the U.K. film and music fest spin-off of the Sundance Film Festival, has added the final three titles for the main program of its sophomore edition. Jeff Nichol's "Mud"…
The work of New York indie production company Borderline Films is to be featured in a retrospective at the 48th Karlovy Vary Festival in the Czech Republic.
Sex, drugs and violence -- not just the stuff of shlock. Why even art films need an exploitation angle.
Tessa and Tucker Tooley , a boy; Tucker Benson Tooley, Nov. 23, Los Angeles. Mother's West Coast bureau chief at Self magazine; father's prexy of Relativity Media.
Sudz (nee David) Sutherland's first bigscreen feature since his well-received debut "Love, Sex and Eating the Bones" a decade ago.
With his adaptation of "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" set to open Venice later this month, scribe Bill Wheeler has been tapped to adapt Bryan Christy's nonfiction tome "The Lizard King" for Fox 2000.