An insightful focus on a family of Yugoslavian immigrants in early-'90s Vienna attempting to outrun the holocaust back home, "Jugofilm" is a first-rate addition to the growing crop of films that have…
Aquantum leap forward from director Vladimir Michalek's last film, an unfulfilled adaptation of Franz Kafka's "Amerika," "Forgotten Light" is an accomplished interpretation and updating of a '30s-era…
Indie producers Chris Hanley and James Robinson would seem at first glance to have as much in common as Evander Holyfield and Mahatma Gandhi.
AMERICAN INTL. PICTURES Samuel Z. Arkoff: With his partner, James Nicholson, Arkoff founded AIP in 1954. Perhaps no one is better known as the progenitor of the indie action pictures and exploitation…
Chris Hanley made the scene at Cannes this year clad in khaki shorts and matching safari hat --- with ear flaps --- and a fire-engine red windbreaker.
There's a hurricane blowing through the Morgan Creek offices on the Warner Bros. lot, and he just happens to own the company.
Milos Forman proved once more he knows how to push the politically incorrect button in his native land. It's been 30-something years since he ran afoul of Brezhnev-era authorities and left…
While plowing the cinematic and dramatic ground already furrowed in films from "Brief Encounter" to "Last Tango in Paris," low-budget indie entry "Fall" fails to turn over new ground. Though its…
With: In its best moments, "Snake Skin Jacket" is a sharp little slice of American indie filmmaking. Alternately satirical and psychologically probing, pic makes the most of its ultra-low budget and…
Despite intriguing echoes of Weill and Brecht in its seamy criminal characters and dank prison-life milieu, all played for laughs, "Life Is a Bluff" is mostly a bust. Oddly amiable, if one overlooks…