After a strong Sundance and Berlin, indie film sales are continuing to look stronger, with Myriad Pictures announcing that it has closed overseas deals begun at the European Film Market on four…
Nicole Holofcener's oeuvre has reflected her life's journey, as well as that of her audience.
Fred Schepisi is onboard to direct "The Eye of the Storm," an adaptation of Patrick White's novel.
J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" delivers enough eye-popping segments that choosing one to rep the film is difficult.
With gorgeous colors and 1920s jazz imagery, "The Princess and the Frog" delivers a highly sophisticated revelry rarely seen in films aimed at kids. Or adults.
"The Damned United" is a great sports movie that's really about the kind of epic failure that leads to humility and greater success.
The 2004 Oscar foreign-language film nominee "Downfall," depicting Adolf Hitler's final days, is certainly an unlikely source for a mass Internet comedy explosion.
Emily Blunt burst onto the industry's radar in Pawel Pawlikowski's 2004 "My Summer of Love," a much-feted coming-of-ager, but she really turned heads in international multiplexes as the imperious…
Love 3D movies but hate the way you look in the glasses? The problem is solved.
Taking marketing to new heights, Sony's "Planet 51" made the flight to the International Space Station with the crew of the Discovery on Aug. 28.
Ralph Nader's gone Hollywood. Sort of.