Andy Serkis plays people, as in the new "Brighton Rock." But he excels at playing beasts.
A chat with filmmaker Jeff Warrick, who tracked the history of hiding communication in plain sight
A conversation with the filmmakers behind a new documentary about the seminal '60s bus voyage
The struggle for peace in tragedy-stricken urban neighborhoods, captured on film by Alex Kotlowitz and Steve James
Whatever you think of her, Palin deserves a better documentary than this
Poor reviews have greeted the horror legend's first film in ten years—not that he cares
Can Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts compete against superheros, robots, and talking animals?
'If a Tree Falls' documents the rise and decline of the Earth Liberation Front
A conversation with the filmmaker behind HBO's 'Bobby Fischer Against the World'
A roundup of the titles that got official honors and the ones that flew under the radar
An interview with documentarian Lee Hirsch about one of the most talked-about films at this year's Tribeca Film Festival
The fest learns to navigate its dual role as a booster shot for the downtown Manhattan economy and a showcase of cutting-edge movies