When it comes to the casting industry, no single individual has ever come close to surpassing the impact Lynn Stalmaster has had on film. As the first independent casting director in motion pictures…
Harold And Maude
This cross-generational romance sports a great title and a funny opening before going all limp.
MADRID – Already a pioneering event, made up near entirely of tributes, retrospectives, revivals and movie restorations, for its fifth edition, the Lumiere 2013-Grand Lyon Film Festival is making…
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MADRID — Quentin Tarantino will receive the 5th Lumiere Award at France's 2013 Lumiere-Grand Lyon Festival, a unique film event held in the city of Lyon, whose program is made up almost entirely of…
Negotiating a greenlight from a major studio has always been an arcane science, and it's been changing radically of late.
On the outside chance anyone somehow missed the obvious, the press release announcing "Along for the Bride" -- a half-hour TLC reality show premiering Thanksgiving night -- makes the source…
Helmer Nathan Adloff's unassuming debut effort, "Nate & Margaret," chronicles the unlikely friendship between a cheery 19-year-old gay film student and his neighbor, a dour 52-year-old…
Recalling the once-imposing San Francisco attraction that offered myriad entertainment options from the fin de secle until its demise in the 1960s, "Sutro's: The Palace at Lands End" plays like an…
From "Heidi" and "Harold and Maude" to Takeshi Kitano's "Kikujiro," there's been no shortage of odd couplings of the very young and very old.
At once delicate and clumsy, tender and twee, "Restless" wraps the pain of grief and impending mortality in the balm of a teenage love story.
Czech auds gave Hal Ashby's 1971 cult romancer "Harold and Maude" five minutes of sustained applause at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival on Monday, bringing a tear to the eye of thesp Bud Cort.