In cable TV terms, "Masters of Sex" feels like a triumph of concept and casting even before you get to the perfectly entertaining series birthed out of those two well-devised elements. Revisiting…
At Friday’s 10th anniversary screening of his documentary “Los Angeles Plays Itself” at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, filmmaker Thom Andersen told the audience, “It’s not…
Even though it covers overly familiar territory, "Epic" is nonetheless executed with professionalism.
Novice helmer Kaveh Bakhtiari's cousin Mohsen was an illegal immigrant from Iran trapped in limbo in Athens. Inspired by his cousin's plight and moved by others in similar situations, Bakhtiari shot…
Pyramide Intl. has inked international rights for "The Amazing Cat Fish," which topped Ventana Sur's Primer Corte pix-in-post competition in Buenos Aires. One of France's foremost arthouse sales…
SAN SEBASTIAN -- Opening San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos Friday, Benjamin Avila's "Clandestine Childhood" has achieved one of the biggest goals for any Latin American film: Sales to most of Latin…
Tyro feature helmer Benjamin Avila revisits his fraught early years during Argentina's military dictatorship in "Clandestine Childhood," a fictionalized account that mixes truth and artistic license…
"Unnatural Acts" is a natural for gay auds, who should be riveted by the story behind the real-life scandal in which the suicide of a Harvard student in 1920 led to the unmasking of a clandestine…
Industry vets Robert Aaronson and Roy Bodner are joining international sales/distribution outfit Clandestine Service.
Story concerns a small-time cable TV outlet in Toronto. The quasi-clandestine operation is run by Max Renn (James Woods) who's ever on the lookout for offbeat and erotic material.