‘Roads’: Film Review
'Victoria' director Sebastian Schipper's latest feature, 'Roads,' stars Fionn Whitehead and Stéphane Bak as two strangers traveling from Morocco to France.
‘Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice’ Lands at 1091, Greenwich Entertainment
Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's documentary 'Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice,' which profiles the 10-time Grammy-winning singer, has landed at Greenwich Entertainment and 1091.
‘Mystify: Michael Hutchence’: Film Review
Michael Hutchence is recollected by his friends and family in 'Mystify: Michael Hutchence,' a documentary by Richard Lowenstein, the director of several INXS music videos.
‘Watson’: Film Review
Ecological activist Paul Watson headlines the beautifully filmed, very distressing documentary 'Watson.'
‘Gully’ Team on the Humanity Behind Their “Intense” Dystopian Drama
'Gully' stars Charlie Plummer, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jacob Latimore and first-time feature director Nabil Elderkin on the humanity behind their "chaotic" Tribeca Film Festival movie.
‘Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound’: Film Review | Tribeca 2019
Midge Costin's documentary 'Making Waves' breaks down what goes into a modern movie's soundtrack and how we got here from the days of "silent" films.
‘Wig’: Film Review | Tribeca 2019
The HBO documentary 'Wig,' about the rebirth of the New York drag festival Wigstock, throws plenty of shade, often at itself.
Sabrina Carpenter Sheds Glam Image for New Film, Hopes to Empower Young Girls
Singer-actress Sabrina Carpenter in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter talks about shedding her glam image to play Nola in her new film 'The Short History of the Long Road,' which recently premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival.
‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ Team on How Netflix’s Ted Bundy Biopic Aims to Show a Different Perspective
Netflix's 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' director Joe Berlinger and stars Zac Efron and Lily Collins speak to The Hollywood Reporter about telling serial killer Ted Bundy's story from a different lens.
‘Ravening’ (‘Aamis’): Film Review | Tribeca 2019
A married woman’s would-be lover turns her on to eating unusual types of meat in the Indian love story/horror film 'Ravening' ('Aamis').
‘Two/One’: Film Review | Tribeca 2019
Boyd Holbrook stars in 'Two/One,' a philosophical drama about men who share an identity and can’t be awake at the same time.
‘Blow the Man Down’: Film Review | Tribeca 2019
Margo Martindale runs a brothel, and two sisters cover up a killing in 'Blow the Man Down,' a droll mystery set in a Maine fishing town.