Exploiting star Jennifer Lawrence's newfound fame is the only hope this ill-conceived, poorly executed girl-in-jeopardy venture has of connecting with auds before poisonous word of mouth sets in.
After languishing in development for years, Misha Green's script "Sunflower," which appeared on the 2008 Black List, has new momentum in the form of Adam Blaiklock, who has come on to direct the…
Finnish auteur Aki Kaurismaki nabbed the Louis Delluc Prize for "Le Havre" at a ceremony held on Friday in Paris.
Todd Haynes is the latest name director to helm a YouTube/Vevo "Unstaged" concert: He will oversee a live Webcast of My Morning Jacket's May 31 date at the Palace Theatre in Louisville.
Who else but HBO would have the audacity to commission a five-part, nearly-six-hour version of James M. Cain's period melodrama?
A hallucinatory thriller anchored by a deeply resonant sense of unease.
As the theatrical market for specialty cinema has shrunk and foreign presales have declined, indie producers have had to look elsewhere for revenue.
Pic resembles a film a precocious grad student in musicology might make about a creative hero.
I'm death warmed over. You're death warming up," a dying AIDS patient advises a Stage 4 cancer victim in "I'm Losing You," and the exchange sums up the excessive morbidity that consumes the piece…
Iconoclastic American indie filmmaker Todd Haynes takes a highly personal look at the British glam rock scene of the early '70s in "Velvet Goldmine," a constantly imaginative, stylistically lively…