Documentaries and restored narrative pics dominate the sidebar programming of the 2013 New York Film Festival, with more than 30 titles — including producer-thesp Gael Garcia Bernal in docu “Who is…
Cox Communications is the first major U.S. pay TV operator to explicitly aim at cord-cutters, launching a test of a lower-priced TV and cloud DVR service in Orange County, Calif., delivered over its…
Jimmy Kimmel takes his Lie Witness segment to Coachella, where slightly dazed scenesters enthusiastically endorse every fictitious band the interviewer comes up with — even Obesity Epidemic.
Rachel Boynton's extraordinary docu untangles the knotty saga of an American petroleum company's entrance into Ghana.
Is continuity for the sake of continuity a virtue?
Welcome to the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival — now what do you want to do first? Watch a demo of a vidgame starring Ellen Page? Check out the family-friendly activities at the street fair? Explore the…
The first message I ever received from Roger Ebert came nearly 20 years ago, in the form of a reply to a fan letter I'd sent him with little hope of hearing back. At the time, I was a high-school…
Before Dule Hill even tested for the role of Gus on Psych, he realized it wasn’t a typical TV series when James Roday, already cast as Shawn, came to his home to rehearse. "I was taken aback that he…
"Backbeat," in effect, is one story that breaks into two stories, and the Beatles half ends up getting short-changed.
Shifting the action from Paris to Istanbul, "Taken 2" equals its predecessor in enjoyable silliness, if not brutal nastiness.