Ira Sachs mines his own memories to sensitive if somewhat muted effect in this gay relationship drama.
Tribeca Film Festival
A winning musical detective story about a failed, forgotten early '70s rocker who became a huge success halfway across the world while presumed dead for decades.
"As Luck Would Have It" reps an entertaining but unsubtle satire on the moral confusions of a marketing/media-driven world. .
The Tribeca Film Festival has tapped Frederic Boyer as artistic director. He most recently ran the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival.
A disarmingly honest, thoroughly winning personal portrait of family and heritage, grounded in religion but not dependent on belief.
A typically smart performance by Juliette Binoche isn't enough to keep "Elles" from drowning in pseudo-intellectual pretension and general banality.
The fascinating story of Roy Halston, the iconic designer who defined 1970s fashion in America, is patchily recounted in "Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston." .
Adolescence is often portrayed as a matter of life and death, but that's pretty much the case in helmer Ian FitzGibbon's coming-of-age-with-cancer romance "Death of a Superhero."
Given how quickly movie characters tend to fall into bed with one another, it's especially rewarding to see writer-director Sarah Polley wring maximum tension, humor and emotional complexity from a…
Starring an incandescent Freida Pinto, this inspired "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" update acknowledges but doesn't exactly embrace the Bollywood tradition.
A young filmmaker and cinephile rents his body out as a human punching bag for yakuza thugs to repay a debt in "Cut," Iranian expat helmer Amir Naderi's overweeningly pretentious Nippon-set drama.