Resembling "The Full Monty" but more downbeat, too lite for the arthouse yet too melancholy for escapist uplift, tasty "Snails" may prove to be as challenged a traveler as its titular gastropod.
Roger Ross Williams
Comedy expands beyond the usual clubs and venues
Helen Hunt and John Hawkes stepped out onto London's Leicester Square red carpet, exposing surprisingly little flesh for the Oct. 16 preem of Fox Searchlight's "The Sessions."
Fox and Walden Media are running away with "Family Circus," hiring the writing team of Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price to adapt the comicstrip as a live action project.
A raw look at a Slovak Romany girl's sad trajectory from textile factory novice to sex worker.
In a big pre-emptive buy, New Regency has acquired "Business Trip," a comedy pitch from "The Pursuit of Happyness" scribe Steve Conrad.
Aside from being the epicenter of the Israel film industry, Tel Aviv is quickly earning a reputation as the hottest gay destination in the Middle East.
The Sundance Institute may have its roots in Utah, but it's relocating its Hollywood digs to L.A.'s historic Miracle Mile.
Vicente Canales' Film Factory Ent. has picked up international rights to "Puzzled Love," a 13-part love story produced by Escandalo Films.
At Tuesday's special screening of Universal and Working Title Pictures' "Nanny McPhee Returns" in Gotham, the stars were talking about what else -- nannies.
There is a fine film to be made about the battle for independence waged and won by Namibians against South Africa. Sadly, Charles Burnett's latest epic is not that film.