Yes Blanche, there are rats in the cellar, but that's not the only place they're congregating in tyro helmer Jim Mickle's zombie-rat low budgeter "Mulberry Street." Presented as an eco-horror…
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More a work in progress than a completed docu, "Lillie & Leander: A Legacy of Violence" remains a deeply unsettling tale of blood-drenched racism deserving of widespread publicity. Producer Alice…
Novice helmer Yael Luttwak uses the universal desire for weight-loss as the perfect excuse to bring Arab and Israeli women together in "A Slim Peace." Clever premise flies, thanks to strong…
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Cramming all Chile's political woes into one family get-together isn't the subtlest way to tackle the country's still festering wounds, but that's precisely the path Luis R. Vera takes in the…
Hot thesp Diego Luna flexes his helming skills in "Chavez," an affectionate portrait of Mexico's most famous boxer and favored export, Julio Cesar Chavez. Both a traditional take on the old…
Two brothers with nothing in common but their genes discover blood transcends drug addiction in James Franco's sophomoric "Good Time Max." His third helming foray co-scripted with Merriwether…
In the comic vein of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" or "Rushmore," frosh scribe Gustin Nash tosses out disposable moral lessons by the barrelful while editor-turned-helmer Jon Poll gleefully bats them…
"Thina Simunye" (We Are Together) garnered Tribeca Film Festival's Cadillac Award, determined by audience vote, on Saturday at the closing-night premiere of HBO docu "The Gates."
Amid the boosterish rush of the just-wrapped Tribeca Film Festival, Robert De Niro was talking admiringly about ... Connecticut?
"Hofshat Kaits" ("My Father My Lord") and "Taxi to the Darkside" took top prizes at the sixth annual Tribeca Film Festival kudos on Thursday.