In an apparent attempt to make something out of nothing, Columbia Pictures has hung a new name on one of the year's biggest B.O. failures.
Iraqi director Oday Rasheed has taken the term guerrilla filmmaking to a whole new level.
After making headway in distribbing local productions this year, 20th Century Fox is also headed for a heftier chunk of grosses from its Hollywood releases in 2003.
The Lost Boys of Sudan have given Hollywood a greenlight. Producers on the "Lost Boys" feature project -- centered on the torturous journey to the U.S. of 3,800 orphan refugees from Sudan's civil war…
CalArts film professor Thom Anderson has put together a passionate tribute to the city of Los Angeles -- a city that he says has been roundly abused by the filmmakers who live there.
Descending rapidly from its record-breaking opening, "The Matrix: Revolutions" showed surprisingly short legs in its second weekend in most foreign markets.
Hollywood is famously philanthropic, but now even moviegoers have joined the "giving back" act. Execs of Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios and Regal Entertainment recently presented a check for…
"Christmas came early this year," smiles Todd Komarnicki, talking about the surprise success of "Elf."
The tricky middle ground walked by prisoners on day-release programs gets sympathetic treatment in writer-director Valerio Jalongo's accomplished drama, "On My Skin." The story of one man's attempt…
Yet another case of making time travel a messy ordeal rather than a load of fun, "Timeline" lacks the consistent tone, pace and point of view for either a science fiction thriller or medieval war…
Attractively designed, energetically performed and, above all, blessedly concise, this adaptation of one of the most popular American kids' books walks the safe side of surrealism with its fur-flying…