The best things about "I Ain't Yo' Uncle: The New Jack Revisionist Uncle Tom's Cabin" at the Hartford Stage are its antic title and its chillingly arresting poster and playbill-cover art, the latter…
As Martin Scorsese's “Casino” closed the 39th London Film Festival Nov. 19 in the presence of the director and an exclusive black-tie audience, the sound of money also rang offscreen. With B.O…
Athree-night marathon of six one-hour chapters detailing the American Revolution offers anecdotes, curiosities, character appraisals and an overall view of colonials struggling to be free. It's Ken…
Featuring: The Filberts, Co-Creators, Lemonheads, Omar, Spiritualized, Chuck Prophet, the Verve, McKoy, Porno for Pyros, Ozric Tentacles, Riksaraj, Airto Moreira, Back to the Planet.
Universal has acquired North American rights to the John Schlesinger-helmed “Cold Comfort Farm,” the lowbudget film based on Stella Gibbons' 1932 literary classic. “Cold Comfort Farm” is a…
John Mighton's plays (this is the fifth by the mathematician/philosopher) have won major Canadian awards and drawn the interest of top theater artists, including the actor R.H. Thomson and director…
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Chinese language cinema triumphed for the third consecutive year at the 13th Turin Intl. Festival of Young Cinema (Nov. 10-18), with the top prize going to “On the Beat,” Ning Ying's ironic take on…
The leading role in last week's review of “The Sadness of Sex” was not identified in the credits. The lead was played by Barry Yourgrau, the film's co-writer and creator of the source material.
Based on an autobiographical novel by a Japanese cartoonist, pic begins as an intriguing coming-of-age story that ultimately becomes confusingly overwrought with symbolism. Artfully done but muddled…