LOCARNO — A blockbuster in its native Argentina, Juan Jose Campanella's "Foosball," one of the biggest films ever to come out of Latin America, will open September's 61st San Sebastian Festival…
With the film biz ailing on the plains in Spain, any new production is news. But "The Master of Altamira," skedded to start production this year, is noteworthy as a microcosm of trends now driving…
When director Jonathan Teplitzky starts shooting Colin Firth starrer "The Railway Man" in February, it will represent a triumph of persistence and conviction for its British producer and co-writer…
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Grief doesn't rate high among emotional states suited to high-octane presentation; hence the disconnect between excessive style and sober content in "Burning Man," a feature-length montage posing as…
Colin Firth is set to star in epic drama "The Railway Man," helmed by Jonathan Teplitzky and based on the tome by Eric Lomax.
Andy Paterson named his company Archer Street Prods. after its address in London's Soho district. But the shingle isn't there any longer, because Paterson has gone virtual.
Showbiz has lost one of its defining voices, one who honed his craft in the bygone era of close-knit Hollywood and evolved through the many iterations of the industry.
A vampish young widow melts the reserve of a small Icelandic town in "The Seagull's Laughter," a sprightly, enjoyable comedy-drama from veteran Agust Gudmundsson that's buoyed by excellent distaff…