Director Rory Kennedy is a good daughter, which is precisely why "Ethel" is such a stiff film.
Sundance Film Festival
Elle Driver, the Paris-based sales and acquisitions company brokering international rights for Sundance titles "Bachelorette" and "Young & Wild," has closed a deal to rep worldwide sales for "28…
Writer-helmer Destin Daniel Cretton makes a well-crafted feature debut with this slender slice of life about a depressed indie rock up-and-comer's hectic week.
Glibly amusing and fitfully perceptive comedy follows a wife and husband determined to stay best friends following their weirdly amicable split.
Antonio Campos' second feature is an unsettling broken-psyche study starring Brady Corbet as a sort of modern-day Ripley, amoral and disengaged enough from the feelings of others to become a…
Solidly acted but aloof and slow as molasses, "Middle of Nowhere" seems neither here nor there.
Proving less is definitely more, cult comics Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim torture their purposefully inept, shortform sketch work into feature length with "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie," to…
Benh Zeitlin's stunning debut finds its dandelion-haired heroine fighting rising tides and fantastic creatures in a mythic battle against modernity.
Following on the heels of the celebrated "Paradise Lost" trilogy, Amy Berg's clear, captivating, indignant film about the West Memphis Three carves out its own significant place in criminal-justice…
A winning musical detective story about a failed, forgotten early '70s rocker who became a huge success halfway across the world while presumed dead for decades.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired the rights in North America to Malik Bendjelloul's directorial debut "Searching for Sugar Man."