This production of the Swedish playwright August Strindberg's 1900 "The Dance of Death," now playing in Pasadena, is expertly acted and directed.
The NSA and the National Security State have committed possibly irreparable damage to democracy itself, which depends on free speech and liberty of thought.
Scandinavia showed up in full glory at the 50th Chicago International Film Festival. A Swedish film even won the coveted Best Foreign Film Audience Award.
The film does boast some excellent performances, but by the second half, the script turns utterly preposterous.
This highly creative documentary film about Palestine succeeds on many levels.
One of the great things about the theater is that it can dramatize history, and the people who make it and shake it.
The longest-running competitive film festival in America is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month.
In 1984, a small group of London gays and lesbians collected money for the miners and taught a lesson of solidarity that everybody should memorize.
A wonderful book that reveals and celebrates the life of an exceptional man who left a majestic and lasting legacy to the world.
People in the West rarely get to see films from North Korea, let alone Cuba or Vietnam. Film festivals are often the only source for cinema from the "forbidden" Communist countries.