There will surely never be a documentary about nuclear disaster with a protagonist more endearing than Fedor Alexandrovich, a shaggy young Ukrainian multimedia artist.
Sundance Film Festival
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s visually inventive comedy-drama about the friendship between a misfit teenager and a classmate diagnosed with leukemia, received both the grand…
Watch live as the Sundance Film Festival jury doles out awards at the closing night ceremony, hosted by comedian Tig Notaro.
Bleecker Street has acquired worldwide rights to Brett Haley’s “I’ll See You in My Dreams,” starring Blythe Danner. The comedic drama premiered on Tuesday at the Sundance Film Festival, where Danner…
On Aug. 3, 2012, standup comedian Tig Notaro scrapped the set she was planning to deliver at Los Angeles' Largo theater and instead tried something more personal. "Hello, I have cancer," she told the…
HBO has licensed U.S. television rights to director Marc Silver's “3 1/2 Minutes,” following its premiere in documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival. The film centers on the 2012…
Maybe it wasn't such a great idea for Kevin Bacon's corrupt small-town sheriff to leave the keys inside his unlocked patrol car. And maybe he should have thought twice before tossing his gunbelt in…
The directorial debut of visual artist Corin Hardy is a creature feature that's never less than arresting to the eye.
Brando's complexity is limned as well as a documentary possibly could manage in this college drawn from a extraordinary archive of personal materials.
When the cops don't show enough interest in a drive-by shooting, a pair of grieving mothers take matters into their own hands in "Lila and Eve," a vigilante thriller with a twist.