A trippy science-fiction fable about the musicality of the universe that's set in Montreal and on the Red Planet, the sumptuously designed "Mars and April" is certainly one of a kind.
Chuck Palahniuk's "Snuff" film has found financing through Immortal Transmedia, the London-based production house led by producers Jean Pierre Magro and Dean O'Toole.
Tying together problems of overpopulation, pollution, consumption, global warming, industrial development and more, "Surviving Progress" offers a cinematic wakeup call so cogent and non-didactic even…
Charlotte Gainsbourg is in talks to star in Lars von Trier's "The Nymphomaniac," an explicit exploration of a woman's erotic life.
After his 2006 CalArts graduate thesis film "Analog Days" played festivals, Ott "wasted two years meeting with producer types who are never really going to make a movie," he recalls.
Adam Mansbach's cultishly popular novel about an "Angry Black White Boy" who ignites a nationwide race furor seemed an unlikely property for stage translation. But adaptor (as well as title-role…
Thesp turned helmer-scenarist Clark Gregg sets himself a formidable task for his first feature effort: Adapting the manic, farcical, disturbing world of lit cult idol Chuck Palahniuk.
Rarely has a film been so keyed into its time -- in ways that, commercially, will be both advantageous and damaging -- as "Fight Club." On one hand, the Fox 2000 feature is the perfect reflection of…