By Tom Blunt 2 min read
'The Double' is worth the DVD viewing, no jokes at DC Comics, Emoji first lines, and recapping 'God's Not Dead' -- all in our roundup today.
By Jay A. Fernandez 3 min read
If you're in the New York area between March 19 and 30, you may want to sneak over to MoMA's New Directors/New Films to sample some unique storytelling you're unlikely to find elsewhere.
By Jay A. Fernandez 4 min read
Signature has scoured the 2014 Sundance lineup and pulled out the book-based films screening in Park City that we’re most excited about seeing.
The Marriage Plot Heads for the Big Screen: What's Behind Hollywood's 19th Century Novel Infatuation?
By Christine Spines 3 min read
Hollywood seems to be getting serious in its on-again, off-again romance with the nineteenth-century novel.
By Kristin Fritz 3 min read
Fyodor Dostoevsky: Not exactly the name that comes to mind when one thinks of written works primed and ready for adaptation.
By Christine Spines 2 min read
Ayoade hardly fits the profile of the dark and brooding artist you'd expect to wade into the bleak and beautiful moral murk of a Fyodor Dostoevsky adaptation.