Robert Rodriguez, director of the recent "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over" and upcoming "Once Upon a Time in Mexico," will be honored for filmmaking excellence at ShowEast 2003.
Andrew Mudge was named winner of the Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival on Monday, copping a $1 million production deal with Universal and production company Hypnotic.
Amicro-budgeted ensembler set in Cambramatta -- considered the Aussie drug/crime capital --Khoa Do's first feature "The Finished People" uses real street kids as actors and co-scenarists to mixed…
Producer Caroline Baron ("Monsoon Wedding") has secured financing for indie feature "Capote" through New York-based production shingle Cyan Pictures.
Opening title carries a warning that some viewers might find the hand-held camerawork used in this film hard to watch; it proves to be an understatement. The never still, all over the place…
Warner Bros.' seemingly iron grip on the U.S. majors' international B.O. crown this year is starting to look shaky, challenged by the fast-finishing Buena Vista Intl.
Vincent Gallo's tightly wound, seemingly improv perf as a wannabe Italo gangster is barely reason to sit through "The Undesirables," a stagey assembly of tales centered on arraigned mafiosi deported…
An uninspired treatment of the story of a real-life whistleblower, Maurizio Fiume's "I Will Follow" suffers from the limitations of a low budget and the inability to imbue its late subject with…
Aresilient Romanian woman relies on newfound faith to survive four years at a Communist labor camp in vet helmer Nicolae Margineanu's "Bless You, Prison." The palpable veracity of this harrowing…
Altman takes an elegant, appealingly unemphatic look at the world of balletm, choosing an undramatic approach that will be too soft and uneventful for mainstream viewers and may also be faulted by…