Release date: Aug. 15 Distributor: Fine Line Standing out among specialty releases this year was Fine Line’s groundbreaking adaptation “American Splendor,” which fused fictional filmmaking…
Less money doesn't necessarily mean buyers aren't looking for product, and at this year's American Film Market, genre standbys like horror, action and family films look to return to prominence. After…
Adapting Michael Cunningham's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "The Hours," about a day in the life of three seemingly disparate women from three different eras, was arguably the trickiest book-to-film…
A movie in which Jack Nicholson galvanizes the screen is never too far away from at least one Oscar nomination (for its three-time winning star), but "About Schmidt" has the earmarks of an award…
The much-anticipated reunion of director Spike Jonze and screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, "Adaptation," is nonetheless a big wait-and-see in terms of its Oscar chances.
The prospect of Todd Haynes getting an Oscar nom might have seemed odd a few years ago, when he was known for offbeat arthouse fare like "Poison," "Safe" and "Velvet Goldmine."
One of the great film success stories of 2002, the sexy, sad and politically charged Mexican road pic "Y tu mama tambien" (And Your Mother Too) can't compete in the foreign-lingo race.
For Larry David, the gangly, curmudgeonly, walrus-voiced creator and star of HBO's hit series "Curb Your Enthusiasm," the Los Angeles portrayed in his comedy is more than just a showbiz backdrop.
The Independent Feature Project/West's 2002 Motorola Producers Award -- which bestows a grant of $20,000 to the winner -- cites as a criterion the overcoming of "highly limited resources."
This year's recipient of the Golden Globes career achievement award, Harrison Ford, is still, he admits, "surprised that I have a career."
John Cameron Mitchell, director, screenwriter and star of rock musical "Hedwig the Angry Inch," has an image in his head: his movie, about an embittered transsexual singer's quest for true love and…