The French-language drama “Amour” was chosen Sunday as the year’s best film by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, whose prizes are among a flurry of year-end honors that help sort out the Academy Awards race.
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The New York Film Critics Circle have named Kathryn Bigelow’s “Zero Dark Thirty” the best film of 2012. Bigelow, the “Hurt Locker” filmmaker, also won best director for her grim, journalist docu-drama of the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
Jason Schwartzman, the 32-year-old actor-musician best known for his breakout turn in director Wes Anderson’s Rushmore as well as stylishly contained performances in Scott Pilgrim vs The World, Shopgirl, and… More
This month, Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Fetish, the feature debut of New York based director, Soopum Sohn. Starring celebrated Korean actress Song Hye-kyo in her first American film, Fetish is a supernatural thriller that made its premiere at the Pusan Film Festival and has screened worldwide.
Wearing a dark suit, T-shirt, and beat up Converse sneakers, his hair relatively short and his face clean-shaven and youthful, Keanu Reeves appears relaxed and happy, one could also say… More
Nicholas Sparks is a literary phenomenon – an author whose books shoot to the top of the best seller list as soon as he types “The End.” They also do… More
There’s no doubt that Zac Efron was one hot teen idol as a result of his “High School Musical” films, but these days, despite his still youthful looks, the 24-year-old… More
David Duchovny segues from playing the too-cool-for-school writer Hank Moody on Showtime’s “Californication” to playing Goat Man — you read it right — in the new indie feature film, “Goats,”… More
In recent years the question of reproductive surrogacy, where an infertile couple hire a woman to carry their child and give birth to it, has become more complicated, as surrogacies have been increasingly “outsourced” to other countries. How business, globalization and parenthood intersect is explored in the extraordinary new documentary, “Made In India,” the feature debut by directors Rebecca Haimowitz and Vaishali Sinha.
One of the year’s most talked-about documentaries that has moved and tantalized audiences world-wide premieres this month on Cinema Asian American on XFINITY ON DEMAND.