This limp "Mrs. Doubtfire"/"Tootsie" knockoff seems destined to find its most captive offshore audiences in-flight.
Although not for everyone, this surprising prose poem on the randomness of life itself should earn fest interest and deserved cult status.
Lionel Baier's period comedy delights in film history, but feels too forced and artificial in its striving for 1970s screwball vibe.
Philadelphia-based distributor Artsploitation has nabbed North-American rights to “Matterhorn,” a tragicomedy helmed by Deutch first-timer Diederik Ebbinge. Produced by Amsterdam shingle Column…
Tyne Daly and playwright Terrence McNally are reteaming for their next Broadway effort with the latest play by McNally, “Mothers and Sons,” targeting a spring run on the Rialto. Daly was last on the…
Donald O. Mitchell will receive the fellowship and service award from the Motion Picture Editors Guild on Oct. 5.
The Match Factory has sold romantic comedy "Vijay and I," which made its world preem at the Locarno Film Festival on Thursday, to distribs in two further territories. Sam Garbarski's pic has been…
LOCARNO — Who said the French took the whole of August off? Led by sales cos Wild Bunch and Memento Films Intl., broadcast net Arte France and promo org Unifrance, a huge cavalcade of French…
The crowd that filled the Bryant Park Grill following New Line's Aug. 1 Ziegfeld screening of "We're the Millers" seemed happily surprised with this original summer entry about a family of four…
After his wistful, lyrical directing debut, "Secret," Mando-pop star Jay Chou makes a brash departure with "The Rooftop," a raucous '70s action-musical about a group of slackers and their brawling…