The Broad Humor Film Festival DIY DAY – Amazing Workshops for Filmmakers of all Stripes
Ten takes on romance in 80 minutes, promising to have you even more confused about love than when you arrived
An eerie tale about a two American deserters who join forces with a small band of militaristic children to defeat a Nazi batallion in the final days of World War II
During a time when films are mass produced, modern screenplays often lack originality and sometimes are just not well performed. Luckily for film goers there is a bright point in the movie world as Disney emerges with characters that are real and relatable.
Superman. Lois Lane. Lex Luthor. Yup... theyre baa-aack
Depending on how you shift, things can work going to the big screen. The shifting of Dukes is in for a rocky journey.
A Small Egyptian police band get lost in Israel in this school of Fish Out of Water Comedy
An inner city history teacher wrestles with drug addiction, inner turmoil and other art-house cliches in the surprisingly effective Half Nelson.
Donna Wheelers Death of a Saleswoman screening at the WIFTI Summit proves that creativity and not cash is the basic ingredient of a good movie.
The epic 300 is a dazzling spectacle, a heroic tale of men prepared to die rather than submit to tyranny. Based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller
De Lovely does a top-notch job depicting the glorious days of one of America's beloved song writes Cole Porter.
It made me laugh it made me cry, Best romantic comedy I can remember seeing!
Andrew Lau's INFERNAL AFFAIRS is a slick, fast moving, cops and robbers thriller
Summers Blockbusters is Here
Arthur Christmas is a new age spin on a classic holiday tale.
It’s coming now (and it’s going to be bigger than the internet)!
With Bio-Revolution, there will always be a Paris — Hilton.
A very important film entitled “ANONYMOUS” has arrived in the Land and, although it suffers certain flaws in construction, it is very much worth a look
For fans of horror movies, the 11th annual Shriekfest film festival was the only place to be
Cleverly disguised as a "Hicksploitation" flick, Eli Craig's "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil," is a cautionary tale about judging a book by its cover... and it's bloody hysterical, too