An extremely rare venture into a full-blown, potentially Broadway-bound, world-premiere musical.
Tales Of The Night
Six fresh fairy tales that find esteemed animator Michel Ocelot operating well within his comfort zone.
France's Michel Ocelot is prepping 3D toon feature "Kirikou et les hommes et les femmes" (Kirikou and Men and Women).
The box office success of stereoscopic 3D has had the unexpected side effect of causing a boom in animation in Gaul.
Longer, lazier and more stifling than a hot summer afternoon.
If it isn't success of earlier entries, the fault lies with Jacques Offenbach, the opera's composer.
"Kiss Me Kate" goes Goth in the Katselas Theater Company's world premiere production.
It's a sign something's not quite working when the statistics in a film's closing credits about child abductions, underage prostitution and kiddie porn prove more disturbing than the fictionalized…
Santiago Garcia de Leaniz's feature debut "The Night of the Brother" combines subtlety and intensity into a rich, understated and well-played whole. Featuring some top-line thesps, pic could garner…
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