Lionel Baier's period comedy delights in film history, but feels too forced and artificial in its striving for 1970s screwball vibe.
The Karlovy Vary Film Festival will host a cross section of Europe's most promising new storytellers via its 10 Euro Directors to Watch sidebar, which spans multiple countries and includes four…
The producers of “Flashdance the Musical” have “postponed” their plans to bring the show to Broadway this summer. The new tuner, based on the Adrian Lyne-helmed pic, opened in January in Pittsburgh…
A darkly comic evocation of communist absurdities circa 1989, “The Color of the Chameleon” follows the fortunes of an amoral, almost Tom Ripley-esque opportunist and his initially state-decreed…
Heartbreaking content triumphs over self-indulgent form in the highly emotional and personal docu "My Stolen Revolution."
Composer Henry Jackman sees film scorers as the chameleons of the movie industry, possessing the ability to blend in just about anywhere. And the movies he's scored this year support that claim: the…
Tibetan-Chinese filmmaker Pema Tseden's "Old Dog" nabbed three awards at the Cinema Digital Seoul Festival, which wrapped Tuesday.
Lleju Productions has set a June 10 release date for French-helmer Jean-Paul Salome's "The Chameleon," with plans to make the film available day and date with theatrical via video-on-demand.
The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin" is an awfully long and complicated title for Kirsten Childs' short, sweet and simple-minded cartoon of a musical, which is making its world premiere at…