LONDON — Brit shingle Hurricane Films, the outfit behind Terence Davies' 2009 BAFTA-nominated "Of Time and the City," has picked up three titles for its production slate. The production house has…
On the eve of the CineEurope exhibitors' conference in Barcelona, a report published by research org Screen Digest has revealed that the conversion of theaters to digital projection across the world…
The first novel in Suzanne Collins' bestselling trilogy is a futuristic fight-to-the-death thriller driven by pure survival instinct, but the creative equivalent of that go-for-broke impulse is…
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Multihyphenate Tyler Perry doffs his Madea disguise and attempts a plain-clothes dramatic lead role in his latest effort, "Good Deeds."
Operatic aspirations are replaced with the accessibility, theatricality and showbiz savvy of a Broadway musical in Diane Paulus' bright, beautiful and tuner-centric re-envisioning of "Porgy and…
A docu account of the hard-scrabble challenges facing young musicians, Brit-made "Let Us Be Golden" indirectly offers a refreshingly honest counterpoint to the plasticky version of pop success…
"Holidays by the Sea" is a slender but chucklesome bit of whimsy from Gallic writer-director Pascal Rabate ("Wandering Streams").
Despite the over-familiarity of its once-trendy time-tripping plot structure, "96 Minutes" maintains a brisk pace and generates a satisfying degree of suspense.
An unabashedly corny but occasionally stirring dramedy.
Motherhood on a Russian collective dairy farm hasn't many charms in this rarefied reflection on hard-scrabble living.
If the title "Up the Yangtze!" suggests "up a creek!," it's no coincidence.