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.
During my time here in Cannes, I have to say I’ve really come to enjoy the early-hours routine. Then again, I confess to being a morning person.
An adrenaline-pumped grindhouse comedy pits redneck outlaws against a comic book army of murderous ethnic groups. The smartly stylized filmmaking is undermined by questionable racial politics.
Learning how to navigate the Sundance Film Festival just in time to leave it.
New reports from the Sundance Institute and San Diego State University’s Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film show that indie film can be more welcoming to women than Hollywood.
See the full list of competitive dramatic and documentary films from the U.S. and abroad honored at this year's Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony, hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
From Alan Arkin in "Argo" to Robert De Niro in "Silver Linings Playbook" to Tommy Lee Jones in "Lincoln," Backstage takes a look at the potential awards contenders this year.
Tim Grierson reviews "Katy Perry: Part of Me," "The Do-Deca-Pentathlon," "The Magic of Belle Isle," and "Crazy Eyes."
Robert Redford assembles a stellar cast doing superlative work in this character-based thriller about a man on the run from a crime he committed decades ago.
Keira Knightley has done well with a combination of corsets and director Joe Wright