Richie Mehta's engrossing, multi-layered film is a movingly handled story of a child's disappearance.
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Not every festival can offer Cannes' cachet, Venice's ambience or Toronto's marketing juggernaut. That's why the smart ones develop their individuality as well as their screening program and use…
The classic noir film "Union Station" (1950) showed the 1939 train depot in its heyday as the last of America's great railway stations, even if L.A. subbed for Chicago in typical Hollywood fashion…
An enormously ambitious, visually stunning and richly satisfying futuristic epic from the gifted Korean genre director Bong Joon-ho.
The world premiere of the musical “The Black Suits” and Barry McGovern’s critically acclaimed Beckett piece, “I’ll Go On” will mark Center Theater Group’s 10th anniversaryof the Kirk Douglas Theater…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Pain & Gain Distributor: Paramount The large-scale destructiveness he…
A young and highly wired demographic, an increasing middle-class and a low screen count give the country plenty of room for growth in the theatrical and digital arenas.
A look at the weekend's gifting suites
The vast majority of industryites -- from left-leaning opponents of corporate welfare to right-leaning anti-government types -- seem to agree on one thing: Domestic production incentives -- which are…
Cram yourself into an airport at this time of year and you're instantly reminded that the hottest sector of the entertainment business is still travel.
Earlier this month, David Arquette arrived in Israel to shoot scenes for an upcoming Travel Channel project, tentatively titled "Mile High." While in the Holy Land, Arquette, whose mother is Jewish…