A World War II code-breaker drama starring Benedict Cumberbatch has won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Kristen Wiig & Bill Hader - familiar from SNL & numerous films - get serious as a troubled brother and sister in "The Skeleton Twins." EDGE spoke to Wigg & Hader, along with director Craig Johnson about the indie film.
We think we've come far in this era of a rapidly spreading marriage equality movement. Mark Jones' "Tennessee Queer," newly out on DVD, serves as a wake-up call which reminds us how far we still have to go.
4 years ago the doc "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work" offered a piercing, honest look behind-the-scenes of the show business dynamo, who died yesterday at 81. At the time EDGE interviewed the film's director Ricki Stern about the film. It is reposted here.
Laverne Cox, Holly Woodlawn, Hedwig and Kate Bornstein will headline GENDERFLUID, a week-long festival of performance, film, and art by transgender and genderfluid artists, Sept. 9-14 at Baruch Performing Arts Center.
An interview with "Love is Strange" director Ira Sachs explores his philosophy and methods as American queer film's most adroit chronicler of relationships.
The movie starts out with an energy of a fast paced multi-cultural family melodrama, but as soon as May's enthusiasm for her forthcoming nuptials wan, so does ours too in the aimless plot that follows.
Tom Hardy gives a mesmerizing performance as a man struggling with loneliness and a past he thought he had left behing.
A heartbreaking character study of a relationship in turmoil, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them" features two of the best performances of the year and a tremendous character study of love and loss.
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader do Oscar-worthy work in a funny, but heart-breaking tale of two siblings struggling with life.
Martin Shore's vivid, soulful documentary commemorates the importance of Memphis in the music industry, focusing on Royal Studios and Stax Records.
"Dolphin Tale 2" probably won't appeal to anyone over the age of 12, but, much like its predecessor, it's an undeniably sweet film that's bound to win over the hearts of kids, and maybe even their parents too.