Kristian Levring is the last of the four Danish directors behind the Dogma 95 manifesto to make his film. His pic, “The King Is Alive,” was shot in Africa according to the bare-bones filmmaking…
The last year of the old millennium was a special one for Pedro Almodovar on at least two counts: The rights to his first international hit, "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," are back in…
A rare example of a Spanish horror flick, 30 year-old Catalan Jaume Balaguero’s debut feature “Los sin Nombre” (The Nameless) is thrilling the chill industry. A fistful of awards at Spain’s Sitges…
A handful of holiday releases continue to confound B.O. skeptics -- even a few within the walls of the majors that released the pics. Topping the list of overachievers is Sony's "Stuart Little." The…
Life is beautiful for Annette Bening. The "American Beauty" star recently was nominated for a best actress Golden Globe and is considered a front-runner for an Oscar nom in the same category. Before…
Helen Hunt is in advanced negotiations to co-star opposite Mel Gibson in the Nancy Meyers-helmed pic "What Women Want" at Paramount Pictures and Lakeshore.
If sales are any indicator, DVD players filled many stockings this past Christmas, signaling that the future of the digital homevideo format will be a merry one.
New York-based Hart Sharp Entertainment, riding high with the critical success of "Boys Don't Cry," has struck a deal with the U.K.'s FilmFour to develop a biopic of performance artist Leigh Bowery.
Steve Buscemi's "Animal Factory" and Barbara Kopple's "My Generation" have been added to this year's Sundance lineup.
Freddie Prinze Jr. is near a deal to star in "Summer Catch," a Warner Bros. romance that marks the feature directing debut of Mike Tollin. Prinze, who's become one of the busiest young leading men in…