The glitz, the glamour, the beautiful people, and, oh yeah, the films — it’s that time of year again for the annual Cannes Film Festival.
It’s Henry Gambles’ birthday and we’re all invited to the party!
David Hockney is considered to be one of the most significant artists of our generation. He’s been creating art since the 1960’s and, believe it or not, is still at it today. His life is explored in the new documentary ‘Hockney.’
It’s 1985 and the music of Duran Duran, Tears for Fears and Spandau Ballet was at the top of the charts. ‘Sing Street’ follows the story of one young man during this era who decides to start his own band to woo a local girl.
The unexpected death of a celebrated war photographer causes extreme grief for the family she left behind in the new depressing film ‘Louder Than Bombs.’
Five members of a rock band find trouble in the most unexpected place in the new thriller ‘Green Room.’
Director Stephen Frears brings us the rise and fall of cycling champion Lance Armstrong in the new film ‘The Program.’
An aristocrat who thinks she can sing but really can’t is what this new witty French comedy ‘Marguerite’ is all about.
Have we learned our lesson from the great depression and the 2008 economic crash? Apparently not according to the new documentary ‘Boom Bust Boom.’
Imagine a world where if you can’t find a partner in 45 days you will be changed into the animal of your choice. That’s what ‘The Lobster’ is all about.