Modern classics don't come along very often. “Consent” is, without a shadow of a doubt, just that: an intricately constructed philosophical drama that does for love, law and language and what Michael…
“Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher,” a book by Timothy Egan about the quest of photog Edward Curtis to document Native American tribes in the early 20th century, has nabbed the Chautauqua Prize…
Great storytelling has returned to the theater with a vengeance. Nina Raine's “Tribes,” being given its West Coast premiere at the Taper, is one of several new plays presented here that reject the…
South Africa may have 11 official languages to reflect its rich patchwork of tribes and cultures, but the country's modest film industry hasn't taken many of them into account. That's reason enough…
The trio of producers who have made unusually viable commercial propositions out of Off Broadway shows -- including "Our Town" and "Tribes" -- have tapped their next title, "Hit the Wall," a legit…
Aiming to boost its model of developing screenplays online with bigger-name talent, Amazon Studios approaches its second anniversary with a key acquisition: its first original feature from a top…
Tuner "Once" leads the pack of nominations for Off Broadway's Lucille Lortel Awards, with the musical nabbing seven nods while play "Tribes" scored six.
"The Tribe" is eyeing Hollywood as its next place to settle.
Pic gives the seminal early '90s hip-hop group as stylish and intimate a treatment as fans could hope for.
Extraordinarily funny, daringly non-PC exchanges and confrontations brimming with truth-telling.
Eye-opening docu views several decades of questionable research about Amazonian Brazil's Yanomami.