For many younger moviegoers, "Wonderstruck" will be their first Todd Haynes film.
Arrow Video's latest 1980s horror Blu-ray release is their best and most complete thus far.
Alejandro Inarritu's "Carne y Arena" (Virtually present, Physically invisible)," a visual art installation debuting this week at the Cannes Film Festival. It's the festival's first virtual reality film to be an official entry.
Eighteen-year-old actress, activist and all-around talent Amandla Stenberg is OK with being considered a voice for her generation.
The trailer for one of the most buzzed about indie films set for release this summer is out.
With his new film the Danish director Thomas Vinterberg is back knocking at the door of the absorbing and disturbing, but not blowing it wide open.
After refusing to prosecute any Wall Street Banks after the 2008 crash, Manhattan's DA decided to indict Abacus Bank in Chinatown for fraud because it was "Small Enough to Jail."
An out Argentine actor must learn to adjust to life in NYC while he waits for his film to be financed. Such is the premise of Julia Solomonoff's film "Nobody's Watching" that premiered at the Tribeca Film Fest, where EDGE spoke to the Solomonoff.
Always be weary of a film that claims to be The Final Chapter.
Bolstered by a pair of fantastic and charming performances, "Everything, Everything" is exactly the melodramatic teenaged lovefest that you would expect it to be, and absolutely nothing else.