Brad Pitt has signed on for the first time as an Oscar presenter.
Director Gregory Nava ("Selena," "Mi Familia") takes a graceful, often moving look at the U.S. immigrant experience in "The American Tapestry." Showtime-produced, digitally shot feature docu is…
A layered and nuanced comedy of manners, the thoroughly enjoyable "It Takes All Kinds" marks the feature helming debut of Agnes Jaoui, who, with writing partner Jean-Pierre Bacri, is one of the most…
Murky and melodramatic, "The Lady of Hamre" unfolds on a farm in 1900 and centers on a middle-aged woman forced into marriage with an oafish man she doesn't love. Although it matches the bleak mood…
The intimate, unexpurgated story of the "queer Southern blues" that emanated from an Atlanta-reared, HIV-positive, drag-queen addict and his short-lived band , "Benjamin Smoke" reps a distinctive…
Brandon Pope has joined Josh and Jonas Pate's USA Films-based Rockfish Films as a partner in the company. He will oversee all film production at the company and act as producer on all Pate projects.
Aptly titled "Ordinary Madness" is a humdrum psycho potboiler that takes way too long to spring its few, pretty silly chills. Digital indie looks like a latenight cable time-filler.
Equal parts sociology and sport, "Home Game" is an emotional, razzle-dazzle docu that uses the incredible history of hockey in Berlin to reveal the profoundly deep rift in the populace that exists to…
Though it starts with a close-up of dead air on a TV screen, "The Frame" isn't another Japanese psycho-thriller in the mold of "The Ring." Instead, pic is an engrossing, cleverly constructed…
The British theater's adventurous trawl through the Tennessee Williams repertoire gets derailed (only momentarily, let us hope) with the arrival in London of "Baby Doll,"a stage version of Williams'…
The Santa Barbara Film Festival concluded its 15th edition Sunday with the presentation of awards to an array of pictures.