The Tribeca Film Festival’s Documentary Filmmaker Party was packed to gills — and it didn’t take long to figure out why. The event, sponsored by Variety and A&E in celebration of this year’s 10…
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The men who labor tirelessly at the 144-year-old Tedorigawa Brewery in northern Japan get a portrait worthy of their devotion in "The Birth of Sake," a richly immersive documentary that plays like an…
A vital expose of American law enforcement carried out with almost reckless zeal, Lyric R. Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe's "(T)error" pushes the boundaries of documentary ethics, plunging itself…
Despite receiving a gala premiere and concert at the Tribeca Film Festival, "Mary J. Blige — The London Sessions" is essentially just a slightly gussied-up version of the types of "making of"…
A (mostly) straight-faced movie about the art of being funny, Leah Wolchok's "Very Semi-Serious" pulls back the curtain on The New Yorker's venerable cartoon department.
Saban Films has acquired North American distribution rights to romantic comedy “Man Up,” starring Simon Pegg and Lake Bell, following its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. “Man Up” is…
Christopher Nolan described his filmmaking process as “some combination of intuition and geometry” in one of the Tribeca Talks series of public conversations at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. “I don…
There was a time when a Neil LaBute film titled "Dirty Weekend" might have promised a veritable buffet of social and sexual provocations.
For viewers still waiting for the indefinitely delayed third "Bridget Jones" film, Ben Palmer's easy, breezy romantic comedy "Man Up" offers a pleasant sense of deja vu.
Drastic extremes of poverty and privilege have long been interlocked in Johannesburg, yet while the city's reputation as a township-encircled crime capital has informed the likes of "Tsotsi" and…