obvious child

Years ago, when I first started writing about films, I remember attending a luncheon for the Tribeca All Access program, offered by the Tribeca Film Institute, during the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC.
Christopher Lloyd presented the awards, remarking, "As an actor, you have lived truthfully under imaginary circumstances
If I were going to make a 10-best list, it would probably include films like Boyhood, The Imitation Game and Selma, among others that will be on everyone's list. But, as good as those films are, none of them are on my list of favorites.
Say whatever else you want to about 2014, here's one thing I know for sure. It had 365 days. And since new movies opened on screens across the USA on a great many of those days, I feel compelled to consider the year in films.
Nine official adaptations, three moving romances, two historical dramas, and one horrifying storybook are among some of the
What does an angst-ridden comedienne tackling abortion onstage and in her personal life, a closeted heir to a vast fortune with a yen for Olympic-bound wrestlers, and a concierge bedding septuagenarians have in common? They are all characters in films selected by the curators of the Museum of Modern Art.
BEST DIRECTOR Damien Chazelle, "Whiplash" Ava DuVernay, "Selma" Alejandro G. Iñárritu, "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue
“No final spots were submitted to NBC broadcast standards for on-air consideration and NBC Broadcast Advertising Sales was
A successful screenwriter might say "don't set your sights on writing marketable crap. Aim a bit higher." I was reminded of this as I watched Gillian Robespierre's new comedy Obvious Child. I don't mean to suggest the movie is crap. Far from it.
Watch the clip above and hear more about "Obvious Child" in the clip below. Slate is undeniably chill about the situation
'Obvious Child' has been called "the year's most revolutionary film," but its handling of abortions has not been without controversy. Jenny Slate, who plays the lead, and Gillian Robespierre, its writer and director are here to discuss the film.
'Obvious Child' has been called "the year's most revolutionary film," but its handling of abortions has not been without controversy. Jenny Slate, who plays the lead, and Gillian Robespierre, its writer and director are here to discuss the film.
The Champs Elysées theaters were packed this weekend, with French audiences curious to explore the underground cinema of this country across the ocean. Curious: Would the same be true of a festival featuring young French talent in the U.S.?
Like her character Caroline on "Girls," Gaby Hoffmann is pregnant with her first child. [via People] The 32-year-old actress
Obvious Child, in addition to being funny, well-acted, and touching, feels so important. There will be over two and a half million unplanned pregnancies in America this year, and those women (especially those who are young and frightened) need to know that they have a choice.
“One thing I think our movie fights for, and I will fight for as a person, is that it’s a woman’s right not just to choose
The new romantic comedy Obvious Child is about Donna, a young bawdy comedian who has a one-night-stand and becomes pregnant. Unprepared for parenthood emotionally or financially, she has an abortion at Planned Parenthood. Although Donna and her friends live and breathe four-letter words, there's one they never mention.
There are plenty of blockbusters headed to theaters this summer, but what happens when all that noise becomes too much to