In a clip from the new documentary Brooklyn Castle, a young chess player's mother introduces her family, while the kid himself explains that he's hoping that his future will offer opportunities beyond what his relatives have experienced.
Monkey See posts about SXSW 2012
Tim Tebow and Peyton Manning have two things in common: they're guys who inspire a lot of personal loyalty from fans who have increasingly complicated relationships with NFL teams.
Brooklyn Castle, a truly great documentary about truly fascinating kids, has been bought by Sony Pictures to be remade — which is a little alarming.
See Girl Run nicely tweaks the existing convention of the woman who wants to get her old boyfriend back.
Black Pond, a very dark comedy nominated for a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut, is built on a comedy staple: the man who comes to dinner.
When thousands and thousands of tech professionals descend on Austin in March, what do they talk about? In large part, they talk about how to manage the future.
A documentary about songwriter Paul Williams takes a turn when Williams insists on getting the filmmaker out from behind the camera.
The Cabin in the Woods, which kicked off the South by Southwest film festival on Friday night, may look like a formulaic scary-house thriller, but ... it is not.