Lukas Moodysson makes a sweet, spirited return to form with this utterly delightful evocation of early teenage life.
Alexander Mirecki's debut feature, a loosely constructed hybrid of music docu and coming-of-age drama, casts an undeniable spell.
Continuing to build its library of masters, BMG has signed an agreement to purchase Universal Music Group's Sanctuary Records catalog.
Stars just wanna have fun. And who dares deny them their sport, when we're talking about high-profile thesps like Ethan Hawke and Vincent D'Onofrio, currently frolicking with the New Group in…
Well structured and dynamically edited, "Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay" relies on the famed magician himself to wax autobiographical with his usual charm, humor and…
Jens Lien's bittersweet coming-of-ager is one of the funniest, most poignant Scandi dramedies since "My Life as a Dog."
Ealing Metro International has snapped up sales rights for five of Julien Temple's "cities and music" dcous.
Poly Styrene, the ungainly, vivacious British singer whose band X-ray Spex mocked both society's conventions and punk rock's excesses, died April 25 in England. She was 53.
"I Melt With You" is a work of extreme self-indulgence that would benefit from the hand of a firm producer and editor.
Among the unanswered questions in the universe, "Who killed Sid Vicious' girlfriend Nancy Spungen?" probably ranks quite low.
British punk rock impresario Malcolm McLaren, who managed the Sex Pistols and recorded in his own right, died Thursday in Switzerland of mesothelioma. He was 64.