A naive farming couple from the picturesque but impoverished rice-growing region of Banaue, northern Philippines, come to grief in the crime-ridden capital in Brit helmer Sean Ellis's polished…
Sundance Film Festival
PETER DEBRUGE: On the opening night of Sundance, festival director John Cooper reminded crowds that this was the place where “Beast of the Southern Wild” was born, suggesting that if we only looked…
Alicia Scherson's surreal, inventively lensed third feature is a moody head-scratcher adapted from Roberto Bolano's not-yet-translated-into-English novel "Una novelita lumpen."
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Guaranteed to ratchet up the critical chatter surrounding the CIA and "enhanced interrogation," "Manhunt" also puts a very human face on the people behind the nearly 20-year hunt for Osama bin Laden.
And the Radius-TWC train rolls on.
A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a bruised and battered killer whale at its center.
Filed from the frontlines of the war on terror, documentarian Richard Rowley's astonishingly hard-hitting "Dirty Wars" renders the investigative work of journalist Jeremy Scahill in the form of a…
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Andrew Dosunmu's "Mother of George," which premiered in competition at Sundance.
Toronto-based Entertainment One (eOne) has closed a deal to acquire U.S. rights to "We Are What We Are," the cannibalism horror thriller that premiered in the midnight section at Sundance.
Michael Polish's latest offers an elegantly muted take on the midlife ennui of Jack Kerouac's autobiographical 1962 novel.
Meticulously acted, gorgeously shot and hilariously insightful about the strange, inarticulable ways people can get on one another's nerves, this psychological thriller takes its premise to…