A life of quiet desperation gets an immersive, occasionally too-quiet treatment in "Bob and the Trees."
Sundance Film Festival
An emphasis on style over substance is a comfortable fit for a snazzy docu portrait of hip-hop's influence on the fashion world.
Don't be alarmed: "Chuck Norris vs. Communism" is not a remake of "Invasion U.S.A.," the 1985 Cannon Films schlock extravaganza that pitted the double-barreled action star against hordes of Russian…
Cartwheeling stunt airplanes aren't the only things that soar and plummet in "The Summer of Sangaile," a sensuous and sensitive teen romance in which the real roller-coaster ride is that of turbulent…
IFC Midnight has bought U.S. rights to Corin Hardy's horror film “The Hallow” on the heels of its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in the Park City at Midnight section. IFC closed the…
Sundance Film Festival U.S. Dramatic Grand Jury Winner “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” was among the most-buzzed about films at the festival, falling behind only campus sexual assault doc “The…
This year's Sundance Film Festival unfolded in the shadow of Oscar snubs for "Selma" and its director Ava DuVernay. And though there was no overt Sundance theme, the crop of films and filmmakers…
Submarine Entertainment has sold distribution rights for Doug Aitken's performance film “Station to Station” to more than half a dozen international markets following its world premiere at Sundance…
The Variety Studio presented by Dockers and photographed by Michael Friberg.
Tolga Karacelik's psychological thriller with eventual supernatural elements is intriguing enough, but slow-moving and insufficiently atmospheric.
Docu avoid both excessive cronyism and soapboxing as it traverses from a portrait of helmer's comedic mentor to something that could scarcely be less of a laughing matter.