William Blake's oft-quoted observation about finding the world in a grain of sand comes to mind more than once during "Manakamana."
A competently acted, technically adequate Cliff Notes take on Faulkner's tale of dirt-poor Missippi folk in mourning.
A swooning, punch-drunk love letter to one of the world's greatest cities.
Despite glossy execution and its subject's undeniable charisma, "Lemon," the story of "three-time felon, onetime Tony winner" Lemon Andersen, is a better film accidentally than it is on purpose.
It took Sam Taylor-Wood awhile to work out that she wanted to direct films.
Brett Ratner is looking to increase his TV output, sealing an overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV.
The titular rocker-poet gets a suitable portrait in Steven Sebring's "Patti Smith: Dream of Life."
Gus Van Sant continues in the "unplugged," low-fi vein of his last two pics with "Last Days," a non-linear account of the final hours of rock star Blake (Michael Pitt). "Inspired" by the suicide of…
Matt Damon's solo B.O. draw will be tested by this distinctively European-feeling suspenser, which may not be viewer-friendly enough for a portion of the mainstream Yank audience and will probably…
Geena Davis' character Teddie seems to have never been around a child, asked a teenager a question or thought about her behavior in the presence of anyone beyond a boyfriend or her female friends…
At Yamashiro restaurant overlooking Hollywood, the sixth annual Los Angeles Independent Film Festival feted the dramatic film "What Happened to Tully" on Tuesday morning plus the docs "Keep the River…