Four childhood friends, bound by a shared secret, grow up to find themselves on opposite sides of the law in the low-budget Texas indie "Mission Park."
Michelle Yeoh makes the standard-issue ingredients and saccharine flavors go down in director Gina Kim's predictable foodie film.
Trepidation is in the air. Crepuscular lighting and looming, gloomy sound envelop promenading audiences seeking mysterious stories played out in labyrinthine corridors, crannies and curated spaces…
Yoruba Richens' "The New Black" has won the audience award at the AFI Docs Festival.
“I don’t think I can hold on much longer,” groans a soldier in “Death March,” and his sentiment is likely to be echoed by the small audience for Adolfo Borinaga Alix Jr.’s gruelingly abstract and…
"Radiance," by Cusi Cram, upholds Labyrinth's rep for eccentricity, with its surreal treatment of the 1945 U.S. mission that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. But the peculiar slo-mo directorial…
The Berkshires in western Massachusetts has a rep as a creative cauldron for movie magic.
This fascinating, must-see docu, skedded to open later this month in limited release and VOD, should travel far.
An alienated punk and a war-refugee hooker prove that their feelings for one another go above and beyond societal constraints in "Bliss."
This Icelandic crime thriller is a little too indebted to a slew of like-minded gangster movies, from "GoodFellas" to exec producer Nicolas Winding Refn's own original "Pusher" pic.
The public seems to be sick to death of war movies, especially when they're as much of a mixed bag as "5 Days of War."