Director Garrett Bradley’s film follows the struggles of Sibyl “Fox” Richardson, who robbed a Shreveport Credit Union with her husband Rob back in 1999.
The "Gilmore Girls" pilot aired 20 years ago -- and depicted a dream of college that has since broken apart.
The festival was designed to spur creativity for people ages 15-24, and the only tool needed to participate was a smartphone.
From Sept. 30-Oct. 5, dozens of features and shorts will be available from the comfort of your home, along with a bevy of post-screening Zoom Q&As and other assorted activities.
Based on Steinem’s 2015 memoir “My Life on the Road,” the two-plus-hour ramble of a film finds the activist and her selves at different ages crisscrossing the U.S. by bus.
It’s easy to see why Wiseman responds to Walsh and gives him a place of prominence seldom afforded to other officials in his films: He likes him because he listens,...
While not made with COVID-19 in mind, the lens of the pandemic adds new dimension to how several on-screen families manage change and relationships from a distance.
The show is peeling back the veneer of New England's seemingly open-minded society and revealing the racism that lurked in the region in the 1950s.
“So much of ‘Goodfellas’ has been absorbed into popular culture over the past three decades it’s sometimes difficult to remember just how radical -- even dangerous -- it felt back...
The director’s playful pandemic romance is a story of lonely hearts in quarantine, longing for love amid the day-to-day drudgery of life during lockdown.
The House of Escada was one of nine teams competing on the new reality show.
A local filmmaker has created a new documentary series that offers an unfiltered look at a year in the lives of the students, faculty, and staff at North Shore Recovery...
The film follows an 11-year-old Muslim girl who falls in with a fast crowd, pushing back against her strict upbringing. But if you’ve read anything about "Cuties" lately, it’s likely...
The Me2/Orchestra takes center stage in the documentary “Orchestrating Change” which chronicles the work of founders Ronald Braunstein and Caroline Whiddon and their musicians.
A haunting adaptation of Iain Reid’s 2016 novel, the film follows two grad students (played by Jesse Plemons and Jessie Buckley) six weeks into their relationship and on the way...
Set in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach neighborhood, writer-director Isabel Sandoval’s film is a uniquely American story about self-reinvention in a nation of immigrants.
Michael Almereyda’s film is a radical deconstruction of the biopic form and returns the name Tesla to the status of an underground cult hero seldom discussed in high school textbooks,...
Film critic Sean Burns examines cinema reopening plans, including those of AMC Theatres, which is slated to open over 100 multiplexes around the country on Aug. 20.
Despite having to maintain physical distance, documentarians are figuring out how to gather the urgent stories of COVID-19.
"Oh Jerome, No," "Shrill," "The Bold Type," "Gentefied" and "High Fidelity" -- these TV shows deserve awards, according to the ARTery's Christian Burno.