Those already acquainted with the young oeuvre of Benny and Josh Safdie — the multitasking fraternal auteur duo with a joint eye to the social fringes of New York City — may see the title of their…
From the brothers Warner to the brothers Weinstein, the movie business has long been a fraternal affair, though sibling director teams (Coen, Hughes, Wachowski) are a relatively new concept.
The times may have changed, but the heroin subculture of New York’s Upper West Side remains largely the same to judge by Josh and Benny Safdie’s “Heaven Knows What.”
A penetrating and ultimately heartbreaking inventory of hard lessons learned on and off the court.
Pic often toddles over the fine line between cute and cloying before finding its footing in the final reel.
A rap version of "La Jetee," experimental film vet Ken Jacobs' take on the Nazis and singer-actress Brie Larson's directing debut are among projects set for Sundance's short film lineup, which totals…
It wouldn't be Film Independent's Spirit Awards without a case of strange bedfellows amongst the acting nominees, and the 2010 roster is no exception. Just ask one of those nominees herself.
An overview of the features unspooling in Park City this year.
Film tests the viewer's tolerance for a protagonist whose flighty irresponsibility borders on unforgivable.
Complete list of the films competing in Austin
Before a playwriting class yanked his attention elsewhere, Oren Safdie expected to follow in the footsteps of father Moshe, an Israeli architect of international repute. The former's "Private Jokes…