"Siddharth," an India-Canada drama about a lost boy, has been picked up by sales agent Fortissimo Films. The picture is the second feature by Canadian director Richie Mehta and will have its world…
Ill Follow You Down
This quasi-scientific fantasy finds Japanese horror maestro Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing.
LOCARNO — Over 2009/10, Peru broke out, thanks to Claudia Llosa's Berlin Golden Bear winner "The Milk of Sorrow," Javier Fuentes-Leon's "Undertow," which took Sundance's World Cinema Audience Award…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Universal's "2 Guns" opened with $1.28 million from late-night Thursday shows as the Mark Wahlberg-Denzel Washington actioner faces off against kidpic “The Smurfs 2.” Tracking projects that the film…
They don't get along onscreen, but Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy have a field day in "The Heat," playing a reluctant buddy-cop pair in an R-rated comedy that sacrifices action for consistent…
ANNECY — They came, they saw, they were conquered. Annecy audiences clapped, cheered, even roared as Pixar, DreamWorks Animation and Universal unveiled respectively "Monsters University," "How To…
To Baltimore locals, they are hooligans, illegally roaring down city streets on dirt bikes and four-wheelers, performing stunts that endanger themselves and nearby pedestrians. To 13-year-old Pug…
All Oscar Faura asked for were sunny days on the set of "The Impossible" in Thailand. But when the rain poured down on what were supposed to be dry and muggy locations, the d.p. moved quick to create…
Fettered by an R rating and frigid weather in much of the country, Paramount-MGM's "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" won the weekend Stateside with $19 million but did not exceed modest expectations.
Hot off her turn in "The Dark Knight Rises," young thesp Joey King has been tapped to play Channing Tatum's daughter in Sony's action drama "White House Down."
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…