Finnick Odair casting reignites Hunger Games racism debate

So what's wrong with a mixed-race Jesse Williams playing a Hunger Games heartthrob? The front-runner for the casting of Finnick Odair already has fans riled up.

Robert Redford launches Sundance in London

Actor, filmmaker and activist Robert Redford launched the inaugural Sundance London Film and Music Festival at a press conference in London today. Redford was joined by John Cooper, Director of...

Sundance London review: LUV

Set in Baltimore, LUV follows 11 year-old Woody (Michael Rainey jr.) as he spends the day with his Uncle Vincent (Common), recently released from prison. Written and directed by Sheldon Candis, the...

Sundance London Review: Finding North

Finding North is a politically motivated documentary featured at Sundance London. Making its debut at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Finding North was selected as one of the 14 films to...

The Colours of the Mountain depicts armed conflict in Colombia through childrens' eyes

Reel to Real International Film Festival for Youth (April 13-20) presents "The Colours of the Mountain", a Colombian film about children's dreams and the inmiente violence emerging in their village.

Bully, The Hunter, Keyhole, The Deep Blue Sea: movie reviews

Alex tells a disturbing story as one of the victims in Bully.

Film Review: Robert Bresson Retrospective at the Pacific Cinémathèque

Pacific Cinémathèque offers a rare opportunity to see the complete films of legendary French auteur director Robert Bresson.

Hometown Boy chronicles Chinese painter’s rediscovery of his hometown

The Chinese-Taiwanese documentary depicts the story of a renowned artist heading home for the first time in over a generation.

Confucius: DVD/BLU-RAY Review

Chow Yun Fat plays the leading role in this sweeping eastern epic looking at the life of ancient Chinese Philosopher, Confucius. The film follows Confucius as an old man looking back on the last...

The Hunger Games, One Life, Payback and more film reviews

Jennifer Lawrence elevates The Hunger Games into a 4 star movie.