The film biz seems to be embracing optimism as buyers, sellers and producers head for the Cannes market in numbers trending higher than last year. But is it really optimism or is there just more…
Philadelphia-based distrib TLA Releasing has nabbed all North American rights to critically acclaimed Korean horror hit "Epitaph," the directorial debut of the Jung brothers.
The first documentary to be unspooled in competition at Berlin, Errol Morris' "Standard Operating Procedure" not only examines a tragic and shameful chapter in U.S. military history but also plays…
Optimism -- albeit the cautious kind -- permeates the mood of U.S. indies headed to Berlin.
The "fun" category doesn't look to have any front-runners, with each pic garnering a dedicated fan base but also more than a few detractors.
The drama category's packed with seven nominations, two more than the traditional five. Cynics will say the HFPA cast a wide net to catch the most stars for the (now-canceled) ceremony, but kinder…
Production designer Pan Lai relied on extensive research and memory for his re-creation of Shanghai and Hong Kong during WWII.
Authenticity was key in re-creating director David Fincher's vision of a working-man's San Francisco terrorized by serial killings circa 1969.
Eileen Chang's 49-page short story of the same name unfolds onscreen as 2½ heady and dense hours in the lives of the collaborators and insurgents in Japanese-occupied Shanghai and Hong Kong, with…
Kolirin's gentle, poignant and wry film deals with Jewish-Arab relations on the most human scale, and he uses a dry wit and music as a bridge between the characters.
If the Hollywood musical is supposed to be almost dead (or at least on a respirator) then why are there so many crowding the multiplexes -- not to mention heating up the musical-comedy competition at…