Sean Durkin follows his masterful "Martha Marcy May Marlene" with this uneven but powerful four-part study of a small English village reeling from tragedy.
Toronto International Film Festival
Magnolia Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to dark comedy”The Double,” a month after it premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. “The Double” is a Film4 and BFI presentation of an Alcove Entertainment…
IFC Films is acquiring U.S. rights to Toni Collette’s romantic comedy “Lucky Them,” a month after its world premiere at the Toronto Film Fetsival. “Lucky Them” is from MyMy Productions in association…
Avi Nesher's unusual dramedy offers a stylish and amusing riff on "Chinatown" by way of "Alice in Wonderland."
Ron Howard follows the revved-up Formula 1 action spectacle of "Rush" by taking the wheel of an ambitiously multifaceted documentary about the 2012 Philadelphia music festival organized and headlined…
Daniel Radcliffe’s “Horns” has found a home with Dimension and Radius-TWC, which has acquired U.S. rights to the supernatural thriller a month after its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. A…
Barry Avrich's entertaining if uninspired documentary chronicles the life and times of Penthouse kingpin Bob Guccione.
Fernando Coimbra's child abduction drama can feel clunky and overambitious, but gathers steam and displays considerable drive as it progresses.
More entree than main course, Menno Meyjes' adaptation of Herman Koch's novel is a pretentious talkathon.
Lisa Langseth draws intense and committed performances in this cathartic oddball drama about an unconventional therapy group.