Tokyo's other film festival, Tokyo Filmex, can't be blamed for a lack of clear vision: it's all about arthouse fare from Japan to Iran, with a program chosen to be different from the much larger…
Miramax has altered its campaign plans to avoid a battle of dueling Patricia Clarksons. The thesp will be pushed for best actress -- not in the supporting stakes as was originally planned -- in…
"Space Cowboys" executive producer Tom Rooker has teamed with Stephen Monaco and William Venable to form ShootFirst Films, with offices in Los Angeles and Kansas City, Mo.
Bruce Hendricks, the longtime president of physical production for the Walt Disney Studios, is in negotiations to helm his first feature for the Mouse House, "Antarctica."
It will be a New York immigration story of a different sort for Martin Scorsese: Helmer has been commissioned by American Express to produce and narrate a documentary on the Statue of Liberty.
First-time writer-director Kim Seong-ho has plenty of ideas milling around in psychothriller "Into the Mirror" but doesn't develop or assemble them into a coherent whole. Intermittently effective…
An omnibus film showing some of South Korea's liveliest younger and middle-generation talents working in unexpected styles, "If You Were Me" is miles from the PC snoozeroo signaled by its subject…
Eugene Byrd, who starred as Wink, the wannabe music promoter in Universal's "8 Mile," has inked to star in writer-director Stefan Schaefer's indie pic "Confess," about the hacker culture.
Showing all the trademarks of a typical Sabu movie (multiple chase stories observed from different perspectives), but also signs of hasty scripting, "Hard Luck Hero" shows the Nipponese mono-moniker…
Jane Austen's 1813 comedy-of-manners is transposed to a contempo American college town in director Andrew Black's surprisingly charming "Pride & Prejudice." Pic transforms its source material into a…