Wolfe will distribute Sundance Film Festival winner "Brother to Brother" in North America, with an October theatrical bow.
An old-fashioned slasher-film, sans irony or in-jokes, "Drowning Ghost" delivers what it promises as the body count mounts at an elite private school. The name of helmer Mikael Hafstrom, should help…
DreamWorks opens Steven Spielberg's "The Terminal," with Tom Hanks starring as a man without a country, in 2,811 theaters. In competish is "DodgeBall," a laffer with Ben Stiller playing a…
Substantial re-editing would benefit "In the Shadow of the Blade," a frequently affecting docu that inadvertently diminishes the impact of its potent subject matter through repetition and awkward…
Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" will open in New York next Wednesday, two days earlier than the controversial doc's June 25 opening in Los Angeles and the rest of the country.
The Imagen Foundation on Wednesday announced its finalists for the 2004 Imagen Awards.
After a few rocky years, the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) is coming back to life, thanks to Hong Kong's Trade Development Council and the territory's Motion Picture Industry Assn.
Bollywood films are making inroads on the bigscreen in Spain for the first time and the small screen in South Africa.
With Mexican film production moribund at best, June 11's simultaneous bow of two romantic comedies seemed an auspicious sign -- but their B.O. has been disappointing.
Woody Allen has cast Kate Winslet, Emily Mortimer and Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the untitled British movie he plans to shoot during July and August in London.