Chris Rock explains the moviemaking process and the ideas behind his new movie, “Top Five,” which follows a stand-up comedian’s attempt to be taken seriously as an actor.
Director Talya Lavie’s newest film is a look into the banalities of teendom and office work in the Israeli Defense Force.
Alex Warrick takes an in-depth look at "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," a vampire-Western-comic-noir hybrid opening this weekend.
“Love Hunter” explores the experience of real-life ex-rock musician Milan Mumin as he drives a New York City cab.
The experimental camerawork and acting in “Butter on the Latch” provides an unconventional take on the lines between insanity and reality.
Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo star in bleak, masterful "Foxcatcher."
DOC NYC, the country's largest documentary film festival, runs downtown Nov. 13-20, showcasing inspiring stories and pressing social issues.
CU Turath, CISA, and Columbia Turkish Students are showing a five-film series this week with the goal of showing different perspectives on past and present societal issues throughout the Middle East.
The Other Israel Film Festival will offer screenings and panels through Nov. 13.
Screenwriter Anthony McCarten, director James Marsh, and co-stars Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne talk new biopic and awards contender “The Theory of Everything,” out Friday.