The dean of Egyptian cinema, Youssef Chahine, takes a look back at his life as a student in a California drama school and his international career in "Alexandria... New York." Structured as a love…
Although there have been a wealth of documentaries made about the genius Sergei Paradjanov, filmmaker, painter and actor from the Soviet republic of Georgia, "I Died in Childhood... " is one of the…
An expressionist tour of the life of Slovenia's preeminent Romantic poet France Preseren, "A Portrait of a Poet with a Double" is an atmospheric biopic cut down from the TV miniseries "Preseren."…
A tale from the ghost story "The Tunnel" reps a TV-movie that wants to be in the major leagues with horror helmer Hideo Nakata ("Ring," "Dark Water"), but plays like Rod Serling on an off day…
"The Stepford Wives" took home triple honors at the fifth annual Golden Trailer Awards Tuesday at downtown L.A.'s Orpheum Theater. Paramount's summer comedy claimed wins in the most original and…
Guilt-ridden wrong-doer who tries to make amends to a dead man's woman and then falls for her may be an oft-reworked movie set-up, but "Schizo" manages to keep it fresh. Sun-seared rural Kazak's…
Los Angeles-based entertainment/marketing shingle the Hatchery has picked up film and TV rights to Wendelin Van Draanen's bestselling book series about teen detective Sammy Keyes.
Most moving and the most horrifying of Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi's painstaking archival montages, completes the trilogy on World War I. It examines the war's price in human suffering…
Location news: Bashirah Muttalib
Gotham-based City Lights Pictures, a division of City Lights Media Group, has acquired motion picture rights to Byron Harmon's debut novel "All the Women I've Loved."
DreamWorks partner Jeffrey Katzenberg will be honored with a special excellence in filmmaking award at this year's Cinema Expo Intl. in Amsterdam.