The truth, the maxim goes, is stranger than fiction. And even while we're about to see a $200 million starring a talking raccoon and a tree-man, that's often held up by cinema: almost every week features a documentary hitting theaters or VOD telling a story just as, if not more, compelling than anything that can be found in more mainstream multiplexes.
In Woody Allen’s “Magic in the Moonlight,” a magician is summoned to the French Riviera to expose a young clairvoyant who has won over a rich family.
After handing over a substantial amount of tax incentives only to watch Digital Domain falter, Florida is now taking action in an effort to recover tens of millions of dollars from the VFX company's former executives and board members, including leader John Textor.
Indiewire recently invited filmmaker Jesse Moss, whose feature documentary "The Overnighters" premiered at Sunday earlier this year, to chronicle his experience participating in this year's Sundance Documentary Edit & Story Lab as a creative advisor.
DC Entertainment has released a new image of Ben Affleck in the Batsuit in "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." SEE ALSO: More Photos From Comic-Con The image is part of a 75th anniversary montag...
Grab a slice of pie and a damn fine cup of coffee, and take a long, strange trip through David Lynch's seminal television series.
Hewlett-Packard has settled a trademark infringement suit regarding the name of a penis-measurement app sold in its app store.
The '50 Shades of Grey' trailer doesn't say good things about the movie, but it says them really, really well.
J.K. Simmons torments Miles Teller in Whiplash, pushing the kid beyond his breaking point in the name of excellence. Teller plays a young drummer who aspires to greatness; Simmons plays the elite music academy instructor whose teaching methods are anything but gentle. Miss a beat, and he’ll spin a cymbal at your head like Captain America throwing his shield. This great first Whiplash trailer starts to show audiences the situation Teller’s character gets into when he attempts to rise to a level of...show text
One of fall's flashiest shows is setting the bar high. The CW's The Flash, a spinoff of the darker and broodier Arrow, takes a lighter spin with Barry Allen, the awkward Central City Police Department forensics expert so enthralled with the Arrow that he'd proclaim himself a fanboy. The change in tone was inevitable.
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Watch the trailer, read customer and critic reviews, and download The Unknown Known directed by Errol Morris for $14.99
JACKSON, MS—In an effort to make certain that physicians who perform the procedure are fully qualified to do so, a new state law passed Tuesday will require Mississippi doctors to climb an 18-foot wall before entering any medical facility providing ...