The unjust dearth of Sapphic cinema helps explain, more than excuse, the desperate "Concussion," a head injury of a film in which a middle-aged suburban femme with a frigid wife and a bump on the…
Sundance Film Festival
Fox Searchlight has acquired North American rights, as well as most rights in major territories, to "The Way, Way Back." The comedy marks the directorial debut of "The Descendants" scribes Nat Faxon…
Filmmaking twins Logan and Noah Miller rehash vulgar revenge-fantasy tropes in their hollow neo-Western "Sweetwater."
CNN Films and Magnolia Pictures have partnered to acquire domestic rights to killer-whales-in-captivity docu "Blackfish," which premiered at Sundance.
A doc as messy as the movement it tries to portray, "99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film" possesses energy, passion and about a dozen docs inside it yearning to breathe free.
Gina Piersanti is a true newcomer in front of the camera.
With sunshine and mild temps on its side, Sundance's suites-and-parties scene has been a shoulder-to-shoulder affair this year, which means rubbing up against stars more often than not.
An evocatively shot, rawly unsentimental coming-of-ager from debut helmer Eliza Hittman, "It Felt Like Love" follows a vulnerable teen who envies the sexual experience of her confident older friend…
As mystifying as his 2004 sci-fier, "Primer," albeit for entirely different reasons, Shane Carruth's "Upstream Color" is a stimulating and hypnotic piece of experimental filmmaking.
Not quite an H-bomb dropped on the environmentalist zeitgeist, "Pandora's Promise" does provoke those who have long opposed nuclear power to at least reconsider it.
To call Lake Bell a magnetic, intelligent, blithely screwball leading lady in the Carole Lombard tradition might be selling her short.