HONG KONG — Singaporean film "Ilo Ilo" took top honors at the Vladivostok film festival (Sept. 7-13, 2013) as well as a pair of supplementary awards. The festival — properly called the International…
The much-anticipated opening-week “Monday Night Football” matchup between the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles gave ESPN its highest rating yet for its first game of the season. And that…
New Line has tapped "We're the Millers" scribes Sean Anders and John Morris to take on "Horrible Bosses 2." Anders will direct, and Morris will exec produce pic.
Only the genre faithful need apply, but this found-footage horror-thriller should put first-time director Richard Raaphorst on Hollywood's radar.
Singaporean helmer Anthony Chen's debut brims with love, humor and heartbreak.
Protests over the closure of a long-standing theater marred a strong edition of the Turkish event.
Hollywood's temple of glamour celebrates the romance of movies
A father and son tussle over whether to sell the family's mastiff in "Old Dog," a spare but stealthily powerful tale set in contempo Tibet from local up-and-comer Pema Tseden.
"Jumping the Broom" is a broad African-Amerian family comedy that manages to avoid many of the more predictable cliches of the genre, yet also leaves out the warmth and, too often, the laughs.
Follows a dozen older Western men on a 10-day international dating tour in Odessa, Ukraine.
Fall festival season hits the ground running in September, marking a lively springboard to the winter holidays