Man discovers he's on the verge of becoming as jealous and mean as his father in an initially enjoyable, easily forgettable black comedy that's buoyed by fine perfs from leads Nicolaj Coster-Waldau…
In an unusually strong frame for local films, homegrown pics grabbed the top spots in South Korea, France and Italy last weekend, while elsewhere a diverse bunch including "School of Rock," "The Last…
Drifter takes up residence in a Japanese boarding house populated by society's underbelly in innocuous but over-extended comedy-drama. Genjirou Arato makes a disappointing sophomore outing which…
Midway through the Berlin Film Festival, there have been few big acquisition deals on films in competition. Yet the halls of the fest's arthouse minimart, the European Film Market, were bustling by…
Djimon Hounsou, Oscar-nominated for his role in Jim Sheridan's "In America," will be honored as supporting actor of the year at ShoWest 2004.
The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival will host the first public screening of Kevin Smith's "Jersey Girl" as part of its 2004 lineup.
Buena Vista Intl. and mobile phone operator Vivo have launched a service that allows Vivo customers to access info about selected film releases on their phones.
Attempting to improve the image of the "Film By" credit and defuse a long-running controversy, the DGA has offered to ban most first-time directors from receiving the credit on films.
The jury of the 26th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival did not award a grand prize in the French film category Saturday to draw attention to the paucity of innovation.
French-Canadian romp "Seducing Doctor Lewis," a Quebec hit from helmer Jean-Francois Pouliot, won the audience award at the 2004 Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival, which wrapped in British…