Once upon a time in Ireland, a girl met a guy and they made sweet music.
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle.
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, 05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Is Steven Soderbergh getting the total package?
In the Garden State, home is where Zach Braff's heart is
St. Louis filmmakers hit the silver screen
Dallas filmmaker Shane Carruth won Sundance's top honor. So...now what?
It's more fun watching the movie get made than watching the movie
An obscure funding source keeps local documentary filmmakers afloat
Andrew Jarecki captured the Friedmans, perhaps to free them
Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies
Raising Victor Vargas draws remarkable performances from an untrained cast
David Gordon Green's sophomore effort feels genuine but lacks momentum
Two years later, a digital-video short film became an overnight ad sensation
In The Believer, a Jewish student explores his inner Nazi
Behind the Greenlight is a producer proud to be an ass
For two decades, psychoanalysts have held fast to their slow, deep exploration of the psyche, reaping only scorn from the science-driven psychiatrists at Washington University. Good thing they didn't listen.
The St. Louis International Film Festival has revamped its organizational structure and enlisted new personnel. Two former programmers aren't impressed with the résumés.
St. Louis native George Hickenlooper takes another step on his Hollywood career path with the Orson Welles adaptation The Big Brass Ring -- but a happy ending's still not in sight.
Co-written and directed by Mark Illsley
Co-written and directed by Michael Polish