The film fest in Traverse City, Mich., created an enormously popular event that featured the best in progressive cinema, both challenging and entertaining.
Viewing the story only as a well-written parable of becoming an adult misses a lot - humanity itself came of age in the 20th century.
Eighty years after his visit to Berlin, Charlie Chaplin's 80 films continue to make audiences laugh and think.
Those who missed June screenings at the Los Angeles Film Festival of the "Boleto a Paraiso" have another opportunity to buy a ticket.
The Los Angeles Film Festival is currently taking place, and this year's multitude of movies includes: "International Spotlight: Cuba."
Beneath the shoot-'em-up sensibility, a critical eye is clearly at work, skewering the former Belgian colony, in this 2011 Pan African Film Festival's Best Feature Film prize winning film.
This is a highly recommended movie. It's an excellent, well-crafted feature and a realistic slice of life, albeit in an unusual milieu.
This film had us wishing vampires would make an appearance, but we were wrong.
Forks Over Knives is a long argument for eating more plant-based food.
We know what corruption and film noir look like, though, and "Carancho" is a fine example.