By most measures, 1969 was a vintage year for anti-establishment American cinema ("The Wild Bunch," "Easy Rider," "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Midnight Cowboy"). But the most daring and…
About halfway through this year's Emmy Awards, it became clear that the producers were sort of irritated they had to interrupt their variety show with, you know, awards. And that seemed to color the…
David Linde's Lava Bear Films is going on “Furlough” with “Chernobyl Diaries” producer Brian Witten, buying Sherman Payne's thriller script. It's the second thriller project set up this week by…
David Linde's Lava Bear and QED International plan to finance and co-produce David Bruckner's thriller “Intrusion,” the companies announced Friday. Bruckner, best known by horror fans for directing…
As is, this summer lark has its moments but hardly merits hitting the "save" button.
A total of 31 productions have been selected to receive California's Film and Television Tax Credit -- 14 features, 14 basic cable TV series and three movies of the week — including the “Entourage”…
Less a road movie than a trying-to-get-on-the-road movie, "Alcan Highway" is a rustic, picaresque adventure about a rootless 44-year-old Finn in Alaska, trying to drive to Vancouver in his dream…
Rachel Boynton's extraordinary docu untangles the knotty saga of an American petroleum company's entrance into Ghana.
If the underlying plot has exhibited endurance and then some, it's difficult to see how this serialized attempt will be able to replicate such longevity, despite the inevitable fun that can be had…
Stolen user data brings hard cash to cyber-intruders