A highly satisfying Western-cum-noir in the old tradition, "Deadfall" is alive in ways that are all too rare among American movies.
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Grinding its gears a bit in an attempt to achieve maximum quirkiness, "The Giant Mechanical Man" will meet most audiences' standards for "charming."
Tribeca Film Institute, the nonprofit arts org affiliated with the Tribeca Film Festival, has handed out a round of grants to Latin American filmmakers while also announcing a new $20,000 prize to go…
It's one girl against the world in "Lola Versus," a snappy yet sincere romantic comedy that begins where others end, with the proposal and wedding plans pointing toward happily ever after.
Precocious, ferocious and self-assured, "First Winter" dwells on the darker side of a hippie commune while marking a radiant debut by writer-helmer Benjamin Dickinson, who imbues the film with a sort…
Between the architectural pillars of Renaissance Italy and Kate Bosworth, helmer Kat Coiro hangs a gossamer tale of ruined love and liberation with "While We Were Here."
Putting crony capitalism in the crosshairs, "Downeast" offers up America's financial crisis in microcosm.
"The Fourth Dimension" won't exactly alter the landscape, but it does make the well-repeated point that less is more.
Explores the nature of American masculinity in a surface-scratching fashion that does no favors to men -- or America, for that matter.
Displaying nerves of steel and a generous heart, helmer Adam Christian Clark takes a lot of chances with "Caroline and Jackie."
This fascinating docu about an Israeli family's unsettling history should easily attract crossover auds, and merits arthouse exposure.