In the pantheon of filmmaking greats, Pier Paolo Pasolini stands alone. Now another great director, Abel Ferrara, has made a movie of his life, depicting his final day on earth.
This satirical comedy about one of the world's best soccer players is odd, yet entertaining.
Sienna Miller’s performance is already being touted as one of the year’s best and a likely Academy Award contender.
A documentary look at the maddening roadblocks faced by people seeking long-delayed justice against the crimes of the Franco regime.
The annual CAAMFest kicked off Thursday for an 11-day run — we pick some of the highlights. Also: 'Shadow' which should be as big a hit today as 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' was in its time.
Mary Kay Place is brilliant in 'Diane," delivering an Oscar-worthy performance.
This week: Idris Elba directs his first feature film; a 1963 movie that's every bit as good as John Ford’s classic The 'Grapes of Wrath;' and a "can't look away" film by artist Ulrike Ottinger.
This documentary from China explores the fascinating — and disturbing — world of "live streaming hosts," who build an audience and make money by singing and dancing online.
Don't miss a one-night-only documentary on the rocker, Joan Jett, playing Wednesday, or a documentary on an egregious 1917 crackdown on Arizona miners.
The Swiss director's movies have been out of circulation for 20 years, which makes BAMPFA's upcoming series, 'Subtle Subversion: The Films of Alain Tanner,' all the more welcome.
Ellen Burstyn stars in this "charming and quirky feature" about Buckminster Fuller, opening Friday at Landmark's Shattuck Cinemas.
A middle-aged, middle-class woman named Vero is driving home when she hits something. Is it a person? An animal? This Argentinian film explores her reaction to the accident.