Further fest play seems likely for this abrasive feminist drama from debuting writer-helmer Maya Dreifuss.
She Is Coming Home
This sappy but effective doc has a whopper of an inspirational subject in Steve Wampler, a man with cerebral palsy who climbed Yosemite's El Capitan.
LONDON — The first co-productions to receive Latvia's recently launched national film tax rebate have been selected. Latvia's National Film Center approved four projects for the scheme, which…
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Squirrels are the new piranha and angry birds. A pre-production sales trailer for Timur Bekmambetov’s horror comedy “Squirrels” has appeared online, providing an early look at the film based on an…
MGM has picked up feature rights to Jojo Moyes' romance novel "Me Before You."
Animator Rusty Mills, best known as a director on Warner Bros. Animation series including "Animaniacs" and "Pinky and the Brain," died of colon cancer on Dec. 7. He was 49.
MOSCOW -- "Made in Ash" a grittily realistic tale of prostitution at an Eastern European border town was nominated Thursday as Slovakia's entry for the foreign language Oscars.
Toby Perl Freilich's thought-provoking docu "Inventing Our Life" sketches the history of the radically socialist, more-than-100-year-old kibbutz movement, and outlines its relationship to Zionism…
After working together on Lionsgate's crime pic "Fire With Fire," Vincent D'Onofrio, Vinnie Jones and 50 Cent will reunite on Summit's action-thriller "The Tomb," which has also cast Oscar nominee…
After being abducted as girl and held prisoner for eight years by a strange man, a young woman tries to adjust to freedom.
"Diner," written and directed by Barry Levinson, is a wonderful movie. That simple sentence began a lengthy, thoughtful review by Pauline Kael in the April 5, 1982, New Yorker, a review that saved a…