Call it a contender. Danny Boyle's biopic just made perhaps the biggest splash of the 42nd Telluride Film Festival so far.
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Eighty-seven minutes in the company of 18-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai is time very well spent, and that alone merits a recommendation for "He Named Me Malala," an expectedly…
"Deeds, not words," goes the refrain of "Suffragette," a stolidly well-meaning tribute to the handful of brave women who realized that polite, law-abiding protests weren't going to get them very far…
After an enthusiastic Telluride screening of “Room” on Saturday morning, Emma Donoghue admitted her novel and screen adaptation are based on “a really odd premise, but we wanted to shine a light on a…
In "Anomalisa," an inspirational speaker in crisis checks into Cincinnati's (fictional) Al Fregoli hotel, named for a delusional condition in which paranoiacs believe that those around them are not…
Brie Larson is of course exceptional in Lenny Abrahamson's Telluride debut "Room," but 8-year-old Jacob Tremblay might be the film's true revelation.
A pair of Oscar-winning documentary filmmakers were on hand with their latest in Telluride Friday: Davis Guggenheim with "He Named Me Malala" and Charles Ferguson with "Time to Choose."
Imagine "Die Hard" as told from the point of view of one of the terrified office workers huddled under her desk while angry Germans hold Nakatomi Plaza hostage.
The cramped 11-by-11-foot interior of a sealed, sound-proof garden shed isn’t the only thing keeping a boy and his mother prisoner in "Room," a suspenseful and heartrending drama that finds perhaps…
Dogs have clearly become an avant-gardist’s best friend. First Jean-Luc Godard delivered a funny 3D valentine to a pooch named Roxy Mieville in "Goodbye to Language," and now the New York-based…
The Telluride Festival got off to a buzzy start Friday, with a screening of the documentary “He Named Me Malala,” the unexpected yanking of the Aretha Franklin docu and, for a nice theatrical touch…