The 31st Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival continues to serve as a gateway for features, shorts, animation, and documentaries.
Despite great diversions, Tribeca was calling me with an enticing list of films.
A popular actor in dozens of Chinese-language films, he has also become a recognizable presence in U.S. cinema.
We saw this film because we've consistently been impressed with Australian movies. We weren't disappointed.
This is a thorough and objective account of American labor history from its beginnings to recent times.
You can tell when a movie was a genuine art experience if you're still thinking about it a week after you saw it.
For a tribute in verse to one of the 20th century's greatest painters, the late Jacob Lawrence, only the finest poets would do.
So, did you hear the one about God walking into the psychologist's office? That's the premise of "O My God."
"Abigail/1702" reminds us of America's primal sins and psychoses, and ponders the deeply reactionary side of U.S. history.
Odd disjointedness and surreal fantasy dreamscapes feature prominently in this episode.