On how Billie Joe Armstrong changed Broadway and how Broadway changed him.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
A young woman of Jewish/Latino descent carves out an identity of her own.
A daily paddle tennis match between 87-year-olds serves up far more for a first-time feature director.
After making the gothic author's words leap off the page, the "Re-Animator" duo hope to make the leap from stage to screen with his life sto...
A master of imagery sees a little of herself in the story an interior designer who reenergizes her own life as a prostitute.
On the four remaining doctors in America who risk their lives to perform late-term abortions.
On sneaking the incisive, socially conscious meditation on violence past Chinese censors.
On how Robert Reich's lectures gave shape to the doc about the disappearing middle class.
An aspiring MMA fighter isn't the only thing that has kick in this riveting flick.