"Fields of Fuel" addresses the issue of alternative energy and biofuels with its own kind of forward momentum.
Sundance Film Festival
A messy Texas stew of racial tension, personal liberation and murder-in-retrospect detective story.
A sometimes hilarious, often wrenching pas de deux between actors Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson.
While smaller projects and documentaries continued to generate buzz as Sundance started drawing to a close, star-driven vehicles like the Robert De Niro pic "What Just Happened?" and "The Great Buck…
An impeccably mounted survey of voices from across the spectrum of African-American accomplishment.
If HBO is known as the belle of the docu ball, prexy Sheila Nevins is the undisputed queen of the castle, a tastemaker who comes to fests like Sundance not to ogle, not to acquire, but to inspire…
Director Udayan Prasad transposes an urban myth, first published in 1971 by Pete Hamil, to post-Katrina Louisiana.
Hollywood addresses its favorite subject -- again -- in "The Deal," holding a funhouse mirror up to itself for 100 minutes of grating insiders-only fun.
Twisty but soft-boiled comic yarn follows an aspiring journalist who uncovers a web of not-so-intriguing intrigue within the student body.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up US rights to the Sundance dramatic competition entry "Frozen River," for a low to mid-six figures.