A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a bruised and battered killer whale at its center.
Sundance Film Festival
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…
With sunshine and mild temps on its side, Sundance's suites-and-parties scene turned into a shoulder-to-shoulder affair this year.
Snaking through a tangle of interlocking ideas, threads and events, Carl Deal and Tia Lnever quite finds a unified focus. Nonetheless, limited theatrical is possible, with broadcast sales more…
The casting of Ashton Kutcher turns out to be the sole risky element of "Jobs," a smooth, reasonably engaging but not especially revealing early-years account of Steve Jobs' storied career.
When director Evan Leong and his crew first approached Jeremy Lin during his senior year at Harvard, the hope was to get enough material for a web series that might interest Asian-Americans…
Nothing if not timely, director Marta Cunningham's richly detailed, deeply affecting docu "Valentine Road" burrows into the case of a 2008 school shooting that took the life of Lawrence "Larry" King.