Justifiable anger at Palestinian disenfranchisement wins out over tight scene construction, but Berlin's Panorama audience prize proves that message can be more important than craft.
Tribeca Film Festival
From “Gravity” to “Children of Men,” director Alfonso Cuarón and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki have created some of the most visually arresting and emotionally compelling movies of modern times…
The pitfall of a tantalizing set-up is that it requires a sterling payoff to match — a recipe for disappointment born out by "Rebirth."
Sports dramas' lack of spontaneous unpredictability has long been their weakest link, especially when compared with real-world athletics.
Jon Stewart had his team of correspondents on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show.” Trevor Noah has his on his edition of the program. And soon, if she gets her wish, Samantha Bee may get a pack to…
Less than a week after the second season of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” dropped on Netflix, Tina Fey did not hold back on spoilers during a Q&A at the Tribeca Film Festival on Tuesday. The…
In "A Hologram for the King," Dave Eggers' seriocomic lament for the American Dream, a sad-sack businessman loses himself amid the shimmering sands and empty skyscrapers of a Saudi Arabian…
Sharon Horgan talked unsexy sex and Carrie Fisher cracked wise about “Stars Wars” at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Tribeca Tune-In event for Horgan’s buzzy Amazon series “Catastrophe” — but only after…
Despite good intentions and generally strong perfs, the pic is laid low by a banal script that takes the easy path at every turn.
At the tender age of 19, Tye Sheridan has already lined up the kind of resume — filled with memorable turns for the likes of Terrence Malick and Jeff Nichols — that actors two or three decades his…
The King of Rock and Roll requests an audience with the President of the United States in "Elvis & Nixon," and the resulting interaction could hardly be weirder.