Paul Haggis examines his own storytelling methods in "Third Person," an ambitious puzzle movie in which four couples in three interlocking stories reveal different facets of a single psyche — namely…
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In his 92-minute nonfiction saga "The Girl From the South," it takes filmmaker Jorge Luis Garcia 86 minutes to finally get his central subject, South Korean political activist Lim Sukyung, to sit…
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Herbert Lom, the Czech-born actor who appeared in a variety of English films, including classic Ealing comedy "The Ladykillers," before becoming famous as the always-outraged boss of the inept…
CBS has tapped Wolfgang Hammer and Terry Press as co-presidents of the CBS Films division. Press has been consulting for the studio since 2010 and Hammer previously served as the Chief Operating…
Proving less is definitely more, cult comics Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim torture their purposefully inept, shortform sketch work into feature length with "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie," to…
A gentle comedy about a curmudgeon, a Chinese man and a cow that falls from the sky, "Chinese Takeaway" is tasty while it lasts but not very filling.
There's no doubt that buyers were hungry at this year's Berlin European Film Market, but as sales agents packed up their stands on Wednesday one thing was clear -- less standout product coupled with…
Castle Rock has optioned "Playing Joe," a Hitchcock-style thriller script from Jeff Miller.
Comic sparks fly in "Le Derriere" when a young horsewoman raised in the French countryside locates her missing father and ends up posing as an effeminate gay man to capture his attention. Performing…
Imitation, in the case of Gus Van Sant's "Psycho," may be the sincerest form of flattery, but it's hardly the most scintillating. A faithful-unto-slavish remake of the 1960 Hitchcock classic, pic…