Bolstered by superb lead turns from Chris O'Dowd and Andie MacDowell, as well as a formal structure that enhances the roiling emotions propelling its characters into a downward spiral.
Tribeca Film Festival
Andie MacDowell waited until age 59 to do her first nude scene. As a grieving matriarch trying to get over her husband’s death and re-entering the dating scene in “Love After Love,” MacDowell has…
"I've never seen it this pretty," actress Diane Lane said to fashion activist Bethann Hardison, the pair occupying a cozy back table at legendary New York bistro Balthazar on Monday night. Meanwhile…
incisively examining the many complications of public TV crusading – here, primarily on behalf of the endangered pink river dolphin.
When Jon Bernthal and Tom Holland were shooting “Pilgrimage” together both actors were simultaneously trying to land roles in the Marvel big and small screen universe. During breaks from filming the…
Posen proves an engaging vehicle for a look at art-world pitfalls.
A curious thing has happened to indie movies since the year 2000. In the '90s, practically all the heroes were hit men. Now, they hold some of the quirkiest jobs imaginable — baking specialty pies…
If there is any one image you take away from “I Am Heath Ledger,” it's that of Ledger staring into the camera, spinning it around and around, creating his own sort of impromptu DV-selfie version of…
no matter their story's timelessness, it's one of a distinctly insight-free sort
Deriving additional emotional power from its formal beauty, it should be one of the signature breakouts from this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
Sarita Khurana and Smriti Mundhra's heartbreaking documentary focuses on three single ladies struggling to cope with pervasive pressure to find a spouse.
- Oscars Producer Says She Wouldn’t Want Anyone but Jimmy Kimmel to Host 90th Academy Awards
- Jude Law on ‘The Young Pope’ and How Global Politics Could Shape a New Season
- Cannes 2017 Lineup Is High on Auteur Intrigue, Low on Safe Awards Bets
- John Ridley’s L.A. Riots Documentary ‘Let It Fall’ Aims for Oscars Over Emmys