The 1963 melodrama I Could Go On Singing was given a showing at the IFC Center last week as part of Ira Sachs and Adam Baran's series of monthly events, Queer/Art/Film.
And I was stunned to see the film's parallels to Judy's own life.
Judy plays a wildly successful singer who goes to London to per ... More >>
The most divisive dramatic competition entry yet to screen at Sundance, Simon Killer is the second feature directed by Antonio Campos, director of Afterschool and producer of last year's Sundance hit Martha Marcy May Marlene. Like Martha Marcy, Simon is built around an attractive, enigmatic young ... More >>