Asa (Askhat Kuchinchirekov), just released from the Russian Navy, returns to the harsh steppes of Kazakhstan with a simple dream: to marry.
The camera follows Randy "the Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke) through the bowels of the Acme supermarket, in almost a parody of a performer going onstage, as he reluctantly prepares to work the deli…
In "Defiance," the Bielski brothers fight the Nazis from the Belarusian forests. Helmer Edward Zwick wanted the forest to be a central character in the film, since it's of paramount importance to the…
Lightwave, Maya and Flash were supposed to liberate animators from the horrific expense of traditional computer animation, and while intrepid souls have ventured into the animated feature film world…
Woody Allen is no stranger to Oscar. He's notched 14 writing noms (and two wins), six directing noms (and one win) and a picture win with 1977's "Annie Hall." Allen also has a habit of directing his…
And in the end, it was 4-year-old Ellen Taylor who finally hushed the crowd with her show-stopping performance of "Over the Rainbow."
The amoral choices and musings on personal responsibility are two courses served up hot in Eva Sorhaug's debut feature "Cold Lunch," which festivals from Venice (tapped to open Critics' Week) to…
Guests traveled over the sea rather than under it to the Saturday preem of Disney ToonStudio's "The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning" on Catalina Island.
It was an instant classic Oscar moment. "Falling Slowly," from the infectious indie romance "Once," won the Oscar for original song. But before co-writer Marketa Irglova could deliver her acceptance…
Nigel Lythgoe waved the flag for his native Britain at the U.K. Film Council's Breakthrough Brits cocktail reception Thursday at, appropriately, the London West Hollywood.
Indie distrib TLA Releasing has had a busy Cannes, closing deals on a passel of pics, including all North American rights to Canadian retro-slasher pic "Gutterballs," directed by Ryan Nicholson.