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.
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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.
Shot without permits at Disney World, "Escape From Tomorrow" is a sneakily subversive exercise in low-budget surrealism and anti-corporate satire.
Sibling filmmakers Logan and Noah Miller come to Sundance for the first time with "Sweetwater," a quasi-Western that they describe as "a dark and twisted blood triangle set in the late 1800s in New…
QED International has acquired international distribution rights to coming-of-age comedy "Toy's House," three days after CBS Films acquired U.S. rights at Sundance.
Chilean director Sebastian Silva returns to Sundance with "Magic Magic" and "Crystal Fairy."
An endearingly nutty, proudly analog tribute to the ultra-nerdy innovators of yesteryear, this quasi-mockumentary is easy to admire in spirit even when its haphazard construction practically defines…
An impressionistic portrait of life among three rural Cambodian families over a two-year timespan.
There's a beguiling aesthetic playfulness here, but the narrative's erratic, sometimes confused progress is finally more frustrating than rewarding.
The career of renowned British cultural theorist Stuart Hall is difficult to categorize, its areas of study and influence extending from politics to sociology to the arts.