On the 20th anniversary, film festival honors Eastern bloc movies made in the decade before the Berlin Wall's demise.
The City of Angels readies Wagner's mythic Ring Cycle for 2010 festival.
Many acclaimed non-English movies never make it to the big screen in the US.
These documentaries may change your dinner menu and your travel itinerary.
A new campaign asks 'What would Dumbledore do?' as the latest 'Harry Potter' movie hits the screens.
Michael Moore's latest, along with a spotlight on films from Tel Aviv, brings out the protesters, while others swoon over Clooney.
Audrey Tautou captures the designer's fierce spirit in this better-than-average biopic.
Riff on over-the-top blaxploitation genre will have you laughing hard.
Max's imagination lets loose in this engrossing tale based on Maurice Sendak's children's classic.
The latest in a series of 'Cities of Love' movies that doesn't do New York proud, despite the all-star cast.
A battle of wills plays out in this sharp retelling of English football manager Brian Clough's brief tenure at Leeds United.
A spare, chilling post-apartheid tale of retribution that morphs into something more complex.
Despite the credible lineup of acting talent, the comedy falls embarrassingly flat.
A coming-of-age story about a precocious schoolgirl whose new older boyfriend turns out not to be all that he seems.
In a small Texas town, a shrinking violet played by Ellen Page finds her bliss when she discovers roller derby.
In a world where everyone is excruciatingly truthful, a chubby writer played by Ricky Gervais finds the ability to lie – with spectacular results.
The Coen Brothers' latest contribution is a deeply bleak comedy about a college professor whose life unravels before him.
Michael Moore's amorphous, told-you-so attack is short on remedies.
This John Keats biopic is sensuously mounted – and still remarkably grounded.
This intimate film weaves multiple plots of ordinary lives and loves.