This year's AFI Fest has tapped Johnny Depp to receive its tribute, to be followed by the world preem of Depp starrer "The Libertine," directed by Laurence Dumore.
While the fall has yet to produce a blockbuster like last year's "Shark Tale," this season's crowded marketplace of mid-level successes has kept the B.O. buoyant.
A little bit of Slovene philosopher Slavoj Zizek goes a long way. In the verbose profile docu "Zizek!" there's a lot of esoteric, eccentric theories, and little context within his globetrotting life…
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A documentary about a seemingly contradictory notion -- gay hip-hop -- "Pick Up the Mic" edges past simple curiosity value based on the likeability, forthrightness and performance skills of the…
It's no match for "Lost," but new CBS drama "Criminal Minds" has staked out a solid No. 2 position on Wednesday nights opposite the ABC megahit.
"Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man" proves that few can maneuver one of Cohen's dusky, lovelorn songs like Cohen himself. Pic is essential material for fans, but far less effective as a draw for new…
Documaker Ashim Ahluwalia's "John & Jane" is a sophisticated, widescreen depiction of workers at a Mumbai call center, artfully putting a face to the voices of those who serve American customers…
On the eve of the Mipcom TV trade show in Cannes, a number of independent distributors are touting their wares or have completed programming deals with station buyers.
Argentine helmer Marcelo Pineyro's "The Gronholm Method," reps a slick adaptation of Jordi Galceran Ferrer's popular play about job applicants forced to undergo a strange battery of tests to win a…