After the sudden death of his mother, a taciturn boy heads for the hills in "The Cold Lands," the sophomore feature of director Tom Gilroy ("Spring Forward"). The film is essentially composed of an…
Paul Mezey, an exec producer on Benh Zeitlin's "Beasts of the Southern Wild," has signed on as a producer in residence at Cinereach, the not-for-profit production company and foundation that produced…
Daniel Patrick Carbone's "Hide Your Smiling Faces" and Tom Gilroy's "The Cold Lands" are among three U.S. films selected for the Berlin Film Festival's youth showcase, Generation.
Romance blooms between two boys in rural Louisiana in "Dream Boy."
A rarefied, emotionally distant art film, "Claire Dolan" is a rigorously controlled, occasionally arresting study of a New York prostitute's systematic attempt to take control of her life.
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