The classic noir film "Union Station" (1950) showed the 1939 train depot in its heyday as the last of America's great railway stations, even if L.A. subbed for Chicago in typical Hollywood fashion…
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Opening on July 18, the Durban Intl. Film Festival now ranks as one of the longest running, biggest and fastest growing of major African film events and a burgeoning platform for business in South…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Pain & Gain Distributor: Paramount The large-scale destructiveness he…
This glum, juiceless spy thriller is unlikely to find an audience on any frequency.
From agents to TV executives to Internet provocateurs, and digital mavens to film producers and creatives, these are the New Yorkers who are revitalizing Gotham's rich showbiz legacy.
A darkly comic evocation of communist absurdities circa 1989, “The Color of the Chameleon” follows the fortunes of an amoral, almost Tom Ripley-esque opportunist and his initially state-decreed…
ToeTag has just arrived in Hollywood. Best to get your children inside. While it is not unusual for production companies to follow the work to Hollywood, ToeTag EFX has been able to carve a niche for…
Roger Frappier of Max Films, Francois Le Bescond and Laurent Duvault from publisher Dargaud are teaming on the production of an English-language feature film based on the adventures of Philemon, a…
While Peter Jackson's prequel to "The Lord of the Rings" delivers more of what made his earlier trilogy so compelling -- it doesn't offer nearly enough novelty to justify the three-film, nine-hour…
It wasn't all about the mall on Black Friday, as independent record stores witnessed a continuing sales boom during the third annual Record Store Day post-Thanksgiving sales event.