Indie directors reveal the most exciting and depressing aspects of filmmaking in 2016.
Going into a film with the right mindset can make all the difference.
Robert De Niro's eight-years-in-the-making passion project is a baffling mess loaded with outdated and unfunny jokes.
"Scandal" meets "Michael Clayton," this wild thriller about the dark art of lobbying might be the political movie the world needs right now.
Filmmakers in "New Auteurs" and "American Independent" categories explain why they picked their particular camera.
Denis Côté isn't a household name, but he continues to make challenging films on his own terms — including his latest, "Boris Without Beatrice."
As passion projects go, Beatty's look at classic Hollywood and young lovers drawn to its allure is charming — and slight.
We've picked out 14 of our most anticipated films from the fest, including a handful of genuine classics, some big contenders and at least one very buzzy debut.
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