Vote for Project of the Week: Will It Be 'Power of Love,' 'Song the Zombie Sang,' 'Florence' or 'Kitty's 9 Lives'?
The winning filmmaker will receive a digital distribution consultation from SnagFilms and will become a candidate for Project of the Month. That winner will be awarded with a creative consultation...
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Venice: Al Pacino Speaks About Depression
‘The Humbling’ director Barry Levinson also shares memories of Robin Williamsread more
Review: ‘The Two Faces of January,’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Viggo Mortensen, Is Not Your Typical Patricia Highsmith Adaptation
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick is "The Two Faces of January," which...
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'Manglehorn': Venice Review
Al Pacino stars as a small-town locksmith in a self-imposed emotional prison in David Gordon Green's intimate character portraitread more
Venice Film Review: ‘In the Basement’
Corpulent sex slaves, tuba-playing Nazi obsessives, reborn doll fantasists — just a regular stroll through the neighborhood, then, for patented guru of the grotesque Ulrich Seidl, who makes an intri...
Venice Reviews: Al Pacino Achieves Late-Career Greatness in ‘Manglehorn'; Bogdanovich and Levinson, Not So Much
Probably the only director of this generation who's ever going to be produced by both Terence Malick and Judd Apatow, David Gordon Green has proven time and again that he doesn't need much plo...
Venice Film Review: ‘Three Hearts’
At the outset of his filmmaking career, Benoit Jacquot worked as an assistant director to the great French novelist Marguerite Duras, and now he has made a film that feels more indebted to her romanti...
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Telluride: 'Rosewater' Director Jon Stewart Receives Hero's Welcome
The popular funnyman dropped by the Rockies for the world premiere of his feature directorial debut, which he shot during his 2013 hiatus from 'The Daily Show'read more
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'The Imitation Game': Telluride Review
Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turing in Morten Tyldum's film about the eccentric prodigy who cracked the Enigma code read more
Tripled California Film-TV Tax Credit Heads to Gov. Jerry Brown’s Desk
A bill to more than triple California’s film-TV tax credit program from $100 million to $330 million a year has cleared its final legislative hurdle and is headed for the desk of Gov. Jerry Brow...
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Telluride: Benedict Cumberbatch Leads Weinstein's 'Imitation Game' Into Oscar Fray
The Brit, who bagged his first Emmy this week, now looks poised to snag his first-ever Oscar nomination for his performance as WWII hero Alan Turingread more
Telluride Film Review: ‘Tales of the Grim Sleeper’
The Los Angeles Police Department’s famed motto, “to protect and to serve,” has rarely sounded as hollow as it does during Nick Broomfield’s “Tales of the Grim Sleeper.”
‘Imitation Game’ Demands Oscar’s Attention (Analysis)
“The Imitation Game” is clearly an awards contender: Complex, impeccably executed and unique. The film’s offbeat approach to an oddball character will be its greatest strength &...
Labor Day Viewing Guide: What to Binge-Watch This Weekend If You're Not Hanging Out With the President
Labor Day weekend is an ideal time to kick back, relax, and consume digital entertainment for hours on end, but with hundreds of channels and a multitude of fully-stocked streaming services at your di...
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Glenn Cornick, Jethro Tull Bassist, Dies at 67
Cornick was "brilliant and cantankerous," says his sonread more
‘Utopia’ Kicks Cast Member Out Before Filming Even Begins
As viewers of the streaming live feeds already know, “Utopia” has begun. The Fox series won't premiere on the network until Sept. 9, but the social experiment is under way. Only, there...
Patrick Warburton Set to Reboot ‘The Tick’ as an Amazon Pilot
“Spoon!” Patrick Warburton may soon revive one of his most beloved, and obscure, characters. The “Rules of Engagement” and “Family Guy” star is set to reprise his r...
Telluride Adds ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost,’ Errol Morris ‘Peace’ Project
The Telluride Film Festival has added Andrea Di Stefano’s “Escobar: Paradise Lost” and Errol Morris project “The Clarity of Peace” to Saturday’s schedule. “E...
Telluride Film Review: ‘Wild’
Cheryl Strayed’s heartrending 2012 account of her 1,100-mile solo hike along the Pacific Crest Trail presented no shortage of obstacles en route to the bigscreen.
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Hugh Grant Has a Thing for Younger Women in the Trailer for 'The Rewrite'
He's a long way from Notting Hillread more