To hear Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna talk about their lifelong friendship is unusual and exquisitely beautiful. They are tender and honest about their love for each other.
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Lands is a weird, wild and wonderful film that took me by surprise. Brazilian director Maya Da-Rin gave me a trip to a strange and interesting land.
New York has just played host to a unique film -- part social commentary, part an alert, part tragedy, part hopeful -- about three teenage girls in an economic and moral morass that leads to prostitution.
When director Betty M Park tells people that she has made a documentary about indigenous women wrestling in Bolivia, this is the usual response: "mud wrestling?"
Hope Davis is instantly recognizable to New Yorkers. As soon as we are in the elevator heading downstairs to the coffee shop, we are besieged by an immaculately dressed couple.
A .45 at 50th is a short documentary about James Cromwell's involvement with the Black Panther Party in the late 1960's. The surprise of the film is that it is darkly funny.
Whether doing Shakespeare, tragic monkey, or rock legend, Andy Serkis possesses that rare gift of true transformation.
How does a film like The Other City, which gets right into the faces and homes of those afflicted with HIV/AIDS, get made?
Snowmen, writer and director Robert Kirbyson's first feature film, is based on Kirbyson's actual childhood in Winnipeg, Canada.
The Sentimental Engine Slayer director Omar Rodriegez-Lopez talks to us about creativity and how the collaborative nature of film changed him as a filmmaker and a man.
Tribeca's jurors surprised a trio of family members with the Best Documentary Feature award for their film Monica and David.
Writer and Director Josh Sternfeld, along with a truly remarkable cast, returns to the Tribeca Film Festival with the premiere of his new film, Meskada.
Cyrus is the definition of good filmmaking and a pure pleasure to watch. The Duplass Brothers take their time with every edit, creating a concise, well thought out narrative.
What makes the film fascinating is the way it, with almost laser precision, cuts to the core of someone who is famous for what lies on her surface.
Imagine Craig Teper's luck when he landed the job of filming the fascinating orphanage-to-riches life story of the most influential and successful hair artist ever, Vidal Sassoon.
This heartwarming docu-comedy follows two friends who play on the most northern and third lousiest rugby team in the world - The Oulu RFC, an amateur club team in northern Finland.
The inspiration behind Zonad comes from the Irish tradition of great story-telling, a kind of "never let the truth get in the way of a good story" mentality.
Only rarely can a documentary match feature films for gripping human drama, but this one, The Two Escobars, has more than done that.
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