With activists against Proposition 8 -- California's ban on same-sex marriage -- turning to threats of boycotts, attention is focusing on a surprising target: The Sundance Film Festival.
Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Institute tapped eight projects for its fourth annual Middle East Screenwriters Lab.
Sundance is caught between a Prop and a hard place.
Josiane Balasko's "A French Gigolo" turns one male prostitute's troubled career into a well-tempered dramedy of human sentiments.
A politically loaded oddity shot in an indigenous Zapatista community in the Mexican state of Chiapas, "Heart of Time" won't win hearts as a dramatic feature and arguably should have been made as a…
A striking screen presence is revealed in young actress Li Xinyun in Chinese helmer Zhang Yuan's "Dada's Dance," but third-act script problems prevent the quirky love story from realizing its opening…
Side-splittingly funny and constantly outrageous, "Louise-Michel" takes the creative absurdism of helmers Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern ("Aaltra," "Avida") far beyond the restraining limits of…
A film about the pressures and consequences of upward mobility and ordinary adolescence. Intense perfs by Rory Culkin and Alec Baldwin are standouts in a movie that brims with vivid supporting turns.
Both Musically and visually sumptuous, "It Might Get Loud" is a three-headed, amped-up, guitar-shredding slamdown powered by a pan-generational trio of rock gods -- Led Zeppelin vet Jimmy Page, U2's…
A fearsome plunge into the world of child soldiers in present-day West Africa, "Johnny Mad Dog" initially repulses with its brutalizing depictions of civil-war carnage.
"Tyson" is James Toback's revelatory closeup look at the tumultuous life of the former heavyweight champ.