So entertaining that audiences hardly even realize how incendiary it is, "Tim's Vermeer" stirs up a flurry of scandal in the hallowed realm of art history.
Telluride Film Festival
Devoid of color and mirth alike, Pawel Pawlikowski's severe "Ida" is just the sort of joyless art film one might expect Polish nuns living under the clutches of 1960s communism to appreciate.
No one was injured when a plane carrying “Salinger” co-author David Shields and Weinstein Co. publicist Emmy Chang crash-landed at the Telluride Regional Airport Sunday at about 1 p.m. The accident…
Although its often unintelligible dialogue will severely limit its reach, this powerful dysfunctional-family saga is too well acted to go unreleased.
The 40th edition of the Telluride Film Festival has provided solid awards-season launches for "12 Years a Slave" and "Prisoners" — both last-minute additions to the lineup as "sneak" screenings. “12…
Based on the true story of free black American Solomon Northrup's kidnapping and imposed bondage from 1841 to 1853, this epic account of an unbreakable soul makes even Scarlett O'Hara's struggles…
The wages of sin, guilt, vengeance and redemption weigh heavy on the characters of "Prisoners," a spellbinding, sensationally effective thriller with a complex moral center that marks a grand-slam…
A weird yet welcome sideshow oddity on the stage of international art cinema, "Sadourni's Butterflies" tips its hat to the ghosts of German expressionism.
Gia Coppola proves to have quite the eye, if not quite the natural storytelling instinct of her cinematic kin, serving up a remarkably assured feature debut.
Jonathan Glazer's long-awaited third feature is an undeniably ambitious but ultimately torpid and silly tale of an alien on the prowl.