Do you remember the film "Return" starring Linda Cardellini, directed by Liza Johnson? No?
“Darling International,” a noirish take on female fantasy...made in strict collaboration with Jennifer Reeves, this 1999 film conflates the mystery and pull of women’s sexuality with the dark, g
Ryan Coogler, the director of "Fruitvale Station," narrates a scene from his film.
a substantial new wave will arrive on July 3 with Lionsgate’s release of a documentary, “Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain,” from two black directors, Leslie Small and Tim Story.
The "little movie with the big, big heart" travels to France for its close-up
Wanting to experiment with videotape production and in the process document the experiences of his neighbors -- undocumented Mexican working class immigrant families, whose voice was absent or
'Fruitvale' began earning huge buzz from pretty much the moment it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last Friday. Really, we should have seen it coming.
Not surprisingly, the preview audience seemed most moved by “From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried,” the series of 33 appropriated photographs of African-Americans from the earliest days of