'The Front Runner' looks at the media coverage surrounding Gary Hart's scandal plagued presidential campaign in 1987.
Peter Farrelly and Viggo Mortensen, director and co-star of 'Green Book,' talk about the inspiring true story behind it.
The man behind the true story of the gay conversion therapy drama Boy Erased says it's not a 'God-bashing' drama.
Chris Pine is off his game as Scots rebel Robert The Bruce in 'The Outlaw King.'
Rosumund Pike gives a gritty performance as risk-taking journalist Marie Colvin in
'A Private War.'
'Boy Erased,' tells the story of a young Christian man in 'gay conversion therapy' who comes to see the process as immoral.
Jake Gyllenhaal took a break from big commercial movies to make films like 'Wildlife,' but he'll take any role that's a challenge, including Mysterio in the next Spider-Man.
Paul Dano directs 'Wildlife," adapted from the Richard Ford novel about a 1960s golf pro (Jake Gyllenhaal) as his faltering marriage (to Carey Mulligan).
Melissa McCarthy stars in the true story of Lee Israel, a writer who turned to forgery to pay bills in 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?'
Wayne Gretzky, Pele, and Jerry Rice talk about what made them great in 'In Search of Greatness.'
A dancer (Dakota Johnson) ends up at a creepy Berlin troupe run by a mysterious woman (Tilda Swinton) with an occult following.
Documentary filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn stands at the intersection of art and commerce in 'The Price of Everything.'
Comedy star Melissa McCarthy is attracted awards-season buzz for her role in 'Can You Ever Forgive Me,' the true story of an author who turned to forgery.
Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet star in 'Beautiful Boy,' the true story of a father struggling to deal with his son's drug addiction.
Jonah Hill takes a fly-on-the-wall look at a circle of teen skaters in his directing debut 'Mid90s.'
In 'Teddy Pendergrass: If You Don't Know Me,' friends family and colleagues add insight into the life of career of the Philadelphia native and singing star.
Comedian/actor Ike Barinholtz' Thanksgiving-from-Hell comedy The Oath comes from personal experience.
Rupert Everett is star, writer, and director of "The Happy Prince," his uneven account of the famous writer's difficult last years.
Comedian Ike Barinholtz makes a black comedy about politics ruining Thanksgiving in 'The Oath.'
The 2018 Philadelphia Film Festival offers a new slate of films, and news about plans to convert the old Prince into a four-screen complex with year-around offerings for the underserved Center City market.