The 18th MAMI Mumbai Film Festival will honor Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke and Indian filmmaker Sai Paranjpye with 'Excellence in Cinema' awards. The festival that runs Oct. 20-27 will open with actor…
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"Lee Daniels' The Butler" will open an impressive 220 picture lineup assembled by the Mumbai Film Festival (Oct. 17-24, 2013). Cash prizes are worth $220,000.
HONG KONG – "Driving Miss Daisy" director Bruce Beresford will head the international jury at the upcoming Mumbai Film Festival (Oct. 17-24). Also on the jury is French actress Nathalie Baye…
Sony released a new trailer to the sequel of their 2009 computer-animated hit "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" Wednesday. The sequel picks up where the original, based on the children's book by…
Essentially a limp version of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" against a D.C. backdrop, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus gamely playing to the absurdity of the situations, but yielding only modest returns.
"Dancing With the Stars'" Carrie Ann Inaba hosted Saturday's Genesis Awards, with some help from "The Artist's" Uggie.
The working-class characters in Universal's "Tower Heist" might have fit in better at an Occupy Wall Street rally than a tentpole launch.
This atypically low-key Bollywood romantic comedy is effortlessly appealing.
It's difficult to know who's the targeted audience for the ultra-worthy omnibus compilation "8." The results are often didactic, occasionally simplistic, and only rarely genuinely affecting.
A feel-good urban romance that even pulls a few surprises despite occasional stock characters, "Life in a Metro" is a delightful, breezy playfest weaving loves gained and thwarted through the…
"Laaga chunari mein daag" is a glossy throwback to '90s Bollywood that proves a treat, if you check most of your brains at the door.
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