A family of abandoned Hitler Youth, portrayed by an impressively fearless cast of child actors, go on the run after the Allies take over Germany, only to face firsthand the grim realities of their countrymen’s crimes.
Improbably, this buddy/road comedy wants McCarthy to have it both ways as a raunchy comic genius and as a sentimental softy. Even more improbably, she succeeds.
The movie, starring Brittany Snow and Jeffrey Combs and featuring the world's worst dinner party, falls somewhere on the spectrum between torture porn and psychological horror—and somewhat mysteriously works.
Nicholas Greene, Jacob Hatley, Krisy Gosney, Aldo Velasco, Amber Sealey, Daniel Casey, Morna Ciraki, and Alex Moratto will work on their next feature films with help from Film Independent.
Kerry Washington won acting awards for “Django” and “Scandal” at the 44th annual NAACP Image Awards; Denzel Washington, Jamie Foxx, Viola Davis, Loretta Devine, Vanessa Williams also among winners.
'Breaking Bad' and 'Girls' win top TV prizes.
The indie film stalwart chats with backstage during the Sundance Film Festival about his starring role in Lynn Shelton's latest movie and his acting course.
Jonathan Levine made his name in indie films by writing and directing “The Wackness” and directing “50/50.” His latest film is “Warm Bodies,” in which Nicholas Hoult stars as a zombie who falls for a living girl.
Director Don Coscarelli and his pitch perfect cast create a comic-horror drug trip that boggles the mind and entertains the eye.
The writer-director returns to the big screen with 'Charles Swan III'