The protagonist of 'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III' resembles a certain, real-life train wreck.
In honor of the underwhelming new 'To Rome With Love,' a ranking of the filmmaker's most underrated works
Tanya Wexler's film about the sex toy as medical device works as drama, comedy, and feminist critique.
The action icon has a lesser-known history of quiet roles in small movies like the new 'The Samaritan.'
Talking with the actor and with the filmmakers behind the Tribeca-premiered new film, 'Knife Fight'
The Tribeca Festival-premiered 'Francophenia' dissects celebrity—and this particular celebrity's megalomania.
Tribeca's embrace of home viewing shows that movie premieres don't have to be tied to one location.
Chatting with the famed documentarian about his new film, 'Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope'
The tragic irony of Hollywood's latest big, dumb, sword-and-sandal epic
A conversation with filmmaker Tony Kaye about his latest project, which is set in a school but avoids making a political statement
The big-budget Disney movie was a box-office disappointment, but it's no "Ishtar."
This weekend could give audiences a glimpse of the funny, confident actress Lohan used to be.
Sex workers, robots, and bachelorettes star in festival films likely to grab attention in theaters.
Clive Owen's new film with the 'Man on Wire' director spins a new tale out of well-worn material.
The apparent 'Do the Right Thing' descendant is a lecture, not a film.
'Beasts of the Southern Wild' offers a surreal portrait of a bayou community on the brink of destruction.
This year's slate features higher-profile actors than ever, but many of the films look like downers.
By telling Margaret Thatcher's story through her own eyes, the film spins a compelling personal tale but glosses over her controversial policies
The film shows that universal grief is processed in strange, personal ways
The hallmarks of 'Fight Club,' 'The Social Network,' and other Fincher successes are in his fantastic new adaptation of Stieg Larsson's novel