Gangster tale "Shottas" feels like a Jamaican "Scarface," offering a vivid slice of the underground street culture of Kingston. Still, the violence is senseless and the plot full of holes, including…
A complex study of the power guilt has to destroy lives, "The Riff" tells the story of a talent manager who can't bring himself to ditch a self-destructive client. But pic falls short in its…
After appearing in features "The Players Club," "Two Can Play That Game" and "The Wash," comedian Alex Thomas gets his own comedy special, "Straight Clownin,' " filmed at the Wilshire Ebell Theater…
The U. of Cape Town has established an Institute for Film and New Media.
“Le Prix du Pardon” directed by Mansour Sora Wade of Senegal and “Hopes on the Horizon” by Onyekachi Wanbu of Nigeria nabbed feature and documentary kudos, respectively, at this month's Zanzibar…
The British Short Screenplay Competition is back for the second year and inviting entries by Jan. 10.
The Danish Film Institute is contributing coin to several locally produced pics. "Anja After Victor," "Askepop -- The Movie," "The Green Butchers" and "The Hire Contract" will each receive $700,000.
Cinema admissions continued to roar ahead in the U.K., with a 30% rise in June compared with the same frame last year.
Ousted Directors Fortnight topper Marie-Pierre Macia is refusing to leave, despite the decision not to renew her contract by the French helmers' group that runs the Cannes Film Festival sidebar.
Attika J. Torrence and Donavan Lambert's low-budget "Brotherly Love" is a funny, intelligent film that shows love for family, pokes fun at ghetto life and even offers biting social commentary…
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Frozen2Daily: $2.5M Cumulative: $98.9M Disney -0.16%
Homefront3Daily: $701,370 Cumulative: $10.9M Open Road 39.42%