The intergalactic misfits of "Guardians of the Galaxy" are the summer's box-office superheroes.
An interview with "Love is Strange" director Ira Sachs explores his philosophy and methods as American queer film's most adroit chronicler of relationships.
In Part II of this two-part series, transwoman Nicole Bray shares the story of her gender transition, and the documentary film she is creating to help other transgender individuals have hope.
In this two-part series, EDGE looks at transwoman Nicole Bray, who got the support of her friends, family and wife, and is creating a documentary to inspire other transgender individuals.
On August 22, award-winning writer/filmmaker Caryn Hayes joined a host of other indie directors taking a stab at online distribution. She has released her acclaimed narrative short entitled "Clean Hands" as a digital download.
Chinese authorities blocked an annual independent film festival from opening on Saturday, said organizers of an event that has become a rare and influential venue for critical voices.
I hesitate to say this, but "The Congress" is probably best enjoyed while not entirely sober. This is a metaphysical acid trip of a movie that forces the viewer to think about his place in the world, not just presently, but in the future.
Ethan and Sophie take a retreat to a comfortable, if strange, vacation house, hoping to find one another again. They succeed... but in a way that plunges them into deep weirdness.
Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon, and Dakota Fanning give this workman-like movie some spark and tenderness.
In "The November Man" Pierce Brosnan attempts to outdo Liam Neeson in creating a franchise for the older Holllywood star. Good luck.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's nine-year-in-the-making follow-up to their original 2005 film adaptation of Miller's graphic novels, lacks the twisted spirit of its predecessor.
"When the Game Stands Tall" fumbles along trying to get us to care, but for some reason can't ever get its touchdown.