"Rigor Mortis," a vampire horror tale that marks the directorial debut of Hong Kong singer and actor Juno Mak, is scaring up business ahead of a high profile fall premiere.
Flora Lau's debut is beautifully assembled by a top-pedigree production crew, but it remains a modest accomplishment in scope and impact.
Former CAA motion picture agents Adam Kanter and Martin Spencer have joined Jeff Berg's new agency Resolution.
Director's verve is balanced by his specific vision and encyclopedic knowledge of filmmaking
Just days after signing on for "The Hangover Part III," Heather Graham has joined the cast of "Feed the Dog," an indie comedy (formerly known as "Parental Guidance Suggested") that will star Selena…
This inspiring big-issue docu virtually ensures "Remember the Maldives!" will become a rallying cry in the fight against global warming.
North Koreans got a rare treat this week: a state TV broadcast of the British soccer film "Bend it Like Beckham."
Self-consciously mannered yet fitfully interesting, pic gets the most mileage it can from the eccentric, low-key charisma of Christopher Walken as a black-sheep father making amends to three…
An Anglo-Indian girl gets to realize her dream after meeting a blonde English tomboy in "Bend It Like Beckham," an amusing comedy set in the world of women's amateur soccer. Writer-helmer Gurinder…
A female druggie is torn between her boyfriend dealer and a priest offering rehabilitation in "Beyond the Bend," an occasionally interesting but more often annoyingly predictable drama that's more…
"Rope" meets "Scream" in Dan Rosen's confident yet shallow "Dead Man's Curve." Amid all the arthouse-or-bust titles at Sundance, this slick item roused bidding-hot rumors that it would become the…