Producing platinum-selling albums wasn't always in the plans for David Foster, but it didn't take long for him to make the shift from playing on other people's sessions to producing other artists.
Stop the Pounding Heart
Italian director Roberto Minervini's documentary-like portrait depicts a segment of Texas society where guns, livestock and the Holy Bible rank as the most important priorities in life.
Sundance Selects has acquired U.S. rights from Wild Bunch to Abdellatif Kechiche's “Blue Is the Warmest Color,” starring Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos, following its world premiere in…
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Spanish director Carlos Saura, the major figure of the Nuevo Cine Espanol, is set to direct "Argentina," a documentary about tango. Nathanael Karmitz's MK2, which is scoring heavily this week at the…
Those crazy people at the Public really know how to have fun. “Here Lies Love,” an exuberant musical inspired by the life of Imelda Marcos and set to the pounding disco beat of a score by David Byrne…
Steven Spielberg's jury will have no shortage of Hollywood talent to sift through on the Croisette this year.
Merrily skewering the sanctities of Russian hearth, home and military service, tragicomedy is a deeply cynical allegory about an Afghan war vet who fuels the furnaces of a suburban St. Petersburg…
In the abstract, Sheila Callaghan's offbeat satirical comedy, "That Pretty-Pretty; or, The Rape Play," sounds like outrageous, intelligent fun. A cartoonish comeback to male violence against women…
At the time, I thought the film was going straight to DVD. From that to this is kind of unimaginable, really. -- Simon Beaufoy, adapted screenplay, "Slumdog Millionaire"
West Coast Ensemble's solid revival of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's "Assassins" reinforces the value of scaling down a tuner usually staged on the lavish side.