Fox's Star Chinese Movies has launched a South East Asian feed catering to audiences in the sub-region which has a fast-growing pay-TV population.
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Ronny Yu's latest delivers reliably robust action but shows little concern for emotional finesse.
Chaplin, Tati and Lewis retrospectives were among the highlights at this year's edition of Il Cinema Ritrovato, a treasure trove for film lovers.
A better-than-average horror-thriller that relies more on potent suspense than graphic savagery or stereoscopic tricks.
"Anna Karenina," "Argo," "Django Unchained," "Lincoln" and "Les Miserables" have scored nominations for production design in a period film from the Art Directors Guild.
This may come as a surprise, but the smart people responsible for Showtime's Emmy-winning "Homeland" could take a lesson from the gang behind "Jersey Shore."
A modestly affecting reconciliation drama wrapped in a so-so sports movie by way of a misogynistic romantic comedy, "Playing for Keeps" can't stop tripping all over itself.
Regional theaters often depend on the big tours of Broadway shows to fill their seats. But typically those tuners and plays have their world preems not in Gotham but somewhere on the road. Here are a…
BERLIN -- Switzerland has submitted Ursula Meier's "L'enfant d'en haut" (Sister) as its contender for foreign-language film Oscar.
Scott Hampton's supernatural graphic novel "Trespassers" is headed toward the bigscreen with Ryan E. Heppe producing and Bob Gale ("Back to the Future") on board to adapt.