Joshua Oppenheimer's latest film is a companion piece to his Oscar-nominated 'The Act of Killing'
With screenings, concerts and conversations at a new home at downtown's Ace Hotel the film fest hopes to connect with a wider audience
File-sharing service hopes to provide an "entire music festival in a single download"
Filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Errol Morris and Werner Herzog pay tribute to iconic film critic in moving glimpse of his storied career
Mike Cahill's drama stars Michael Pitt and Brit Marling
The award-winning documentary may contend for an Oscar in 2014
Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, Baz Luhrmann and Michael Moore's specific styles are also spoofed in this holiday-themed mashup
"You do not make a jump across an abyss," says Herzog at screening of "The Motel Life"
"There will never be a movie or a character that is more important for this age," James Franco says
International Documentary Association also nominates "The Square," "Let the Fire Burn"
Cinema Eye's roster of 25 movies that inspire current filmmakers ranges from rock docs to political films
Doc branch members are now swamped with more than 150 screeners
Prolific director Gibney, post-9/11 chronicler Poitras and social change advocate Dreyfous will be honored at 2013 IDA Awards
After playing "Fifth Cowboy From the Right" for 30 years, the veteran character actor "left myself the hell alone" in Alexander Payne's beloved movie
Joshua Oppenheimer talks with TheWrap about death threats and government-sanctioned killings in Indonesia nearly 50 years ago
LAFF has a little bit of everything: drama, art, sports, teens, gangsters, revolutionaries ... and cows
International Cinematographers Guild to salute winners of its Emerging Cinematographer Awards with screening and discussion at the Egyptian Theater
A screening of "Mistaken for Strangers" -- about the rock group the National, directed by the brother of its frontman -- opened the 12th edition...
His films explored Werner Herzog and jazz great Dizzy Gilespie -- along with garlic and gap-toothed women
Investigation Discovery will also launch "Tabloid," hosted by icon of taste Jerry Springer
Hollywood says farewell to stars of movies, television and music
Whether you’re loving or hating Tom Cruise’s new action tentpole, just wait five minutes — you may change your mind entirely
TCA: Herzog interviewed death row inmates who include "the ultimate nightmare for women"
The Oscar-winning provocateur details changes that will overhaul a system that has led to decades of questionable choices
Steve James's "The Interrupters" doesn't make the documentary shortlist; Werner Herzog also snubbed
The key to getting his gripping death-row doc, says the filmmaker, is knowing the heart of men
Director says he's anti-death penalty, while calling the convicts in his death-row doc "human beings, not monsters"
Keynote speaker Herzog says indie film doesn't exist, but filmmakers nonetheless trade new strategies in a mutating business
German-born director will speak, answer audience questions at three-day October forum
The Toronto nightlife heats up with George Clooney and Harvey Weinstein, but filmmakers explore the abyss