Abolfazl Saffary's apocalyptic vision of Iran is as visually compelling as it is shockingly unexpected.
The Wedding Party
There weren't only Brits partying at the BAFTA/LA tea party the night before the Emmys. A sprinkling of Yanks could be seen on the SLS Hotel terrace including Kiernan Shipka and “House of Cards”…
Paul Dreher is the invisible force behind the hotel's booking logistics, which include pricing, contracts and meal planning.
Tele Muenchen Group has picked up German and Austrian rights to Gold Circle's upcoming laffer "Search Party," the helming debut of comedy scribe Scot Armstrong ("The Hangover 2").
Television yields relatively few pleasant surprises, and "The Wedding Band" falls squarely into that camp.
The ripple effect of an arranged marriage on an extended, problem-plagued Melbourne family is explored in director Amanda Jane's ambitious, fitfully amusing "The Wedding Party."
Reality-TV addiction is overripe for satire, yet Matteo Garrone's latest swerves from anything biting, opting for an affectionate look at a man's mad quest for celebrity.
The wedding-day waffling of a '30s-era Brit femme yields predictable comedy and melodrama in "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding."
It's the end of the world but also the start of something new for Lars von Trier, whose mind-blowing "Melancholia" offers perhaps the gentlest depiction of annihilation one could imagine from any…
Prince William and Kate Middleton both admit to pre-wedding jitters; they're not the only ones.
Behind its charming comic facade the play poses more unsettling questions about the compromises demanded of the old WASP social order.