"The Bears of Beirut" -- a new documentary about two Lebanese gay men doing their best to help other gay people streaming in from Syria's brutal war -- is looking for your help.
Kate Logan's investigative documentary was originally meant to be an evenhanded examination of Escuela Caribe, but when she captured institutional abuses on camera, she was compelled to take action. Executive Producer Mike C. Manning chats about the doc.
"I don't care how you kill the little beasts, but do it!" -Cruella De Vil
"Obvious Child" has been mistakenly labeled as an "abortion comedy." Yet this warm rom-com does deal with what happens when a stand-up comic becomes pregnant. EDGE spoke with the film's director & star about their indie hit.
Actor Ellar Coltrane was 6 when he started making "Boyhood." Now he's 19 & the film he's the center of has been released to rapturous reviews. EDGE spoke to Coltrane & director/writer Richard Linklater about this unique movie.
Ever since James Franco emerged in Hollywood, gay men around the country have been infatuated with the actor, who Salon.com named the sexiest man alive in 2009.
Cheap, soulless, and cliché-ridden, this film is best avoided.
An intellectually stimulating spy thriller as well as a poignant posthumous tribute to the great Philip Seymour Hoffman, "A Most Wanted Man" is a gripping slow-burn of a film.
This tepid, predictable "best friends lost their virginity over the summer" flick is a Very Poor Movie.
Besson has big ideas that get taken over by his "Transporter"-style need for over-the-top action and violence.
After last year's "Drinking Buddies," this is probably Swanberg's second most accessible work to date, and part of his continued evolution from a filmmaker once known as the king of mumblecore. Long may it continue.
If you feel a frisson of dread at the prospect of the new Woody Allen movie, you can be forgiven. But don't worry: It's not a disaster. Nor is it a masterpiece. It's more like a flat line.