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Low Down is not an easy film to watch. Set in L.A. at its seediest in the 1970s, the film is based on Amy Jo Albany's memoir about growing up with her father, the jazz pianist Joe Albany.
An unidentified NSA contractor contacted filmmaker and journalist Laura Poitas in January 2013. He called himself Citizenfour.
White Bird in a Blizzard begins with a song by the Cocteau Twins and Harold Budd: "Sea, Swallow Me." You're in 17-year-old Kat's world now, and it should be a simple one, everything is coated in haze.
Swedish director Ruben Östlund's latest film, the biting black comedy Force Majeure, focuses on the below-the-surface traumas of the domestic space.
Genius, madman, or just the greatest actor of his generation? Shia LaBeouf seems destined for the superlatives one way or another, and frankly, he doesn’t give a damn what you think. Or, well, actually he really, really does, and doesn’t—he has a lot to say. Listen up.
In writer-director Zachary Wigon's romantic mystery The Heart Machine, Kate Lyn Sheil plays Virginia, the girlfriend of a Brooklyn freelance writer named Cody (John Gallagher Jr.).
When Anna Neistat smuggles herself into Syria, she carefully dons an abaya, which she calls her invisibility cloak.
Writer-director Jake Paltrow explains that he originally conceived Young Ones, which debuted at Sundance in January, as a "love story between a father and son," influenced by the novels of S.E. Hinton.
Men, Women, and Children, the sixth feature film from writer and director Jason Reitman, is not, he assures us, about the Internet.
Major props to Amal George Clooney who are STILL partying in celebration of their wedding http://t.co/pzQ5dWQaUg