By the turn of the century, Kylie Minogue had effectively transformed herself from disposable pop tart to respected art-pop chameleon.
When introducing Life of Pi at its New York Film Festival premiere, Ang Lee quipped that there are three things directors are warned to never work with: Children, animals, and water.
See below for a list of the films that just missed making it onto our list of the best films of 2012, followed by our contributors’ individual ballots.
Fall movie season is upon us, and come September, the annual flood of see-them-or-be-left-out titles will pummel your poor movie-buff planning like a surging tsunami.
The global economic maelstrom found a way to creep its way into the 47th edition of the festival—but only for a moment.
The festival provides no real leitmotif or focus, leaving plenty of room for personal interpretation, and sometimes wonder.
Cosmopolis alternates between mannered repression and cold frenzy.