With production values aplenty, "The Imposter" uses atmospheric reenactments and stark, soul-bearing interviews to explore a mind-boggling case of false identity.
Sundance Film Festival
Though "Bridesmaids'" success last year made it clear dudes aren't the only ones who enjoy a good raunchy comedy, it's unlikely folks of any gender are going to get many laughs from charmless…
Matt Ross' "28 Hotel Rooms" flirts with erotic and cinematic possibilities in examining a long-distance affair that starts with casual sex and grows to emotional involvement over a number of years.
A small movie with a big heart, "Safety Not Guaranteed" is a sci-fi-tinged oddball comedy about love as the ultimate risky adventure.
"Excision" is technically polished juvenilia that provokes without resonance.
Fox Searchlight has closed an estimated $6 million deal to acquire worldwide rights to "The Surrogate," a drama starring John Hawkes, Helen Hunt and William H. Macy.
A film of tenderness and humor married to the unlikeliest of subjects, "The Sessions" presents the story of poet and polio survivor Mark O'Brien, who left behind an oeuvre of life-affirming writing…
As bizzers gathered Monday at the Sundance Film Festival to honor Bingham Ray, none could easily come to terms with the fact that the indie world had lost a fierce protector of independent filmmakers.
Straining to be a distaff "Deliverance," indie thriller "Black Rock" is unable to shock, much less convince.
Rick Alverson's cheekily titled "The Comedy" is not without a certain subversive intelligence.
"Smashed" is an affecting and immersive addiction drama about the unforeseen pitfalls along the road to recovery.