Bahamas does more than keep the summer vibes alive, he gives you the opportunity to dance by the fire.
Analysis of the winners and losers at Saturday night’s Gdynia Film Festival closing ceremony.
Two exciting Main Competition thrillers probing Polish-Russian relations screen on the fifth day of the Festival.
A mystery thriller, a biographical portrait, a mother/daughter melodrama and a visit to the "Island of Love" make up our fourth day at Gdynia Film Festival.
When Tits of Clay, the fictional band in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, put on a real performance, Hedheads wig out.
Two Main Competition films that explore Poland's past: one treating it as picaresque comedy, the other as harrowing special effects spectacle.
Troubled teens and a chronic alcoholic populate two of the Main Competition films. But James Gray's The Immigrant proves the most impressive.
Spoon's excellent live show at Central Park's Rumsey Playfield (aka Summerstage) came near the heels of their late-Summer They Want My Soul tour.
Love, war and other crap at the Gdynia Film Festival, Poland's largest and most prestigious showcase for its national cinema.
DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist forged their third turntable project, the 'Renegades of Rhythm Tour', from their careful curating of records from Afrika Bambaataa's collection.