Rory Culkin's electrifying performance as a mentally disturbed young man dominates Lou Howe's debut.
Tribeca Film Festival
Tonislav Hristov skewers the nerd herd in this alternately funny and painful look at the gender divide.
In "Boulevard," a middle-aged married man picks up a gay hustler on the Nashville street where hookers hang out, pays the kid for company instead of sex and ever-so-gradually begins to confront the…
If Sam Raimi and Jim Henson had dreamed up a movie together … well, it wouldn't have looked very much like "Zombeavers."
When husband-and-wife directing team Sheila Canavan and Michael Chandler approached Barney Frank about making a documentary, their pitch sounded lighthearted. In late 2011, Frank was preparing to…
Joss Whedon surprised attendees at the Tribeca Film Festival's world premiere of “In Your Eyes" when he appeared in a video announcement following the April 20 screening to announce that Whedon and…
Sofia Norlin achieves an extraordinary sense of place in this impressive, minimalist debut.
Jody Lee Lipes' delightful ballet documentary delves into the intricacies of the creative process.
Straight out of Brooklyn comes Keith Miller's "Five Star," a low-key but powerfully affecting urban drama that tells a familiar story with unusual authenticity and dramatic force.
It's unlikely that the hip-hop documentary "Time Is Illmatic" will have many showings as thrilling as its opening-night slot at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
The opening night selection of this year's Tribeca Film Festival was another music documentary — "Time Is Illmatic." So does that mean Robert De Niro has a favorite Nas song? "No," De Niro said…
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