"Black Dynamite" tips its frilly pimp hat to early '70s African-American action pics.
Sundance Film Festival
A rigorous inquiry that gets at universal but rarely discussed truths about black femininity.
The deal flow continued Tuesday at Sundance, led by Sony Pictures Classics' nearly $3 million pickup of "An Education," even as the fest took a dramatic pause during President Barack Obama's…
Not the slickest or most crowd-pleasing performance-competition docu, but it's nonetheless absorbing.
Magnolia Pictures has spent mid-six figures for worldwide rights to Lynn Shelton's "Humpday," a lo-fi buddy comedy that attracted six offers and a protracted bidding war.
Pic wobbles a bit before emerging a successful low-key satire of literary fraud and morbid personality cults.
Hilarious film about behind-the-scenes Brit and U.S. political fights just before the Iraq war.
Doc parties, often lethal at sea level, took centerstage on the Sundance party circuit.
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