Critics will inevitably do some comparing-and-contrasting in appraising the fall's two early-1960s dramas, "Playboy Club" and ABC's "Pan Am," a juxtaposition that favors NBC's glossy if not wholly…
The passage of a group of young Christian friends from innocent lives at home to more complicated, maturing identities as they prepare to leave for college is the heart and soul of writer-director…
The largest production rebate in the U.S. could result in nearly $300 million in revenue from film shoots this year. New studios are also in the works for Michigan, which is seeing a production boom…
With limited funds, debut features helmer Tom Gustafson expands his short "Fairies" into a full-scale musical in "Were the World Mine."
Long before the conclusion of its only shot -- a continuous 81-minute take -- the operative word for Stathos Stathoulopoulos' "PVC-1" is "cut." A case of an enthusiastic filmmaker's love of tools…
Toning down the more scabrous content of Peter Biskind's1998 bestseller "Easy Riders, Raging Bulls," documaker Kenneth Bowser has fashioned a galloping chronicle of the sex-drugs-and-rock 'n' roll…
The Original Gangsta Lizard is back, large and in charge, in the exuberantly retrograde "Godzilla 2000," a classically low-tech monster mash from Japan's Toho Pictures. The latest Zilla thrilla gets…