Industryites hoping the new topper of the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival, Tsuguhiko Kadokawa, would reform the fest and halt its slide into irrelevance must have been disappointed after the slate was…
Ewan McGregor starrer "Young Adam" and Sundance hit "American Splendor," starring Paul Giamatti will bookend the 57th Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival (Aug. 13- 24).
During the first six months of 2003, cinema admissions in Norway gained 8% to 6.4 million, and gross box office receipts rose 15% to $58 million, according to statistics published Wednesday by Film…
Poker prodigy Stu "The Kid" Ungar won Las Vegas' World Series of Poker championship three times before a lifetime of drugs and other addictions killed him in 1998 at the age of 45. Unfortunately…
British TV vet Donald Coutts has captured some Bill Forsyth magic in "American Cousins," a sly and self-assured dramatic comedy about two New Jersey gangsters who hide out with a law-abiding cousin…
A wholesome family movie with a moppet star and tearjerker ending, "Magnifico" milks the sentiment like an industrial dairy machine on overdrive. A critical fave in its home territory where pic's…
Despite lacking footage from any of the late Italian maestro's movies, "Federico Fellini -- Through the Eyes of Others" more than adequately does what it says on the can. Comprising interviews with…
Germany's box office revenue slumped 12.2% in the first half of the year to 399 million euros ($452 million) despite local megahit "Good Bye, Lenin!," which netted $40 million.
Estonian producer Kristian Taska, whose "Names in Marble" sank "Titanic" to break the country's box office record in November, has signed his father, Ilmar, to helm "We Won't Sleep Tonight," a…
French box office figures for last month slumped 21% compared with June 2002.