A pubcasting natural if ever there was one, "Life After War" details transformation of National Public Radio veteran Sarah Chayes from reporter into social worker in rubble-strewn Afghanistan. Timely…
Well-intentioned, verite-style docudrama stumbles on its own drug-movie cliches, although "Nate Dogg's" cinematic excesses-on-a-shoestring do suggest what one-man band Thomas Farone could do with…
The "drive-thru for sex" that the Internet represents for gay men is scrutinized in "Hooked," a reasonably engrossing first docu feature for helmer Todd Ahlberg.
Amiable, good-hearted pic could have used a little more brain and a lot less mouth to make the most of its ain't-humans-weird approach to romantic comedy. There's no nudity, or even any heat, in "The…
Chilean helmer Gonzalo Justiniano's "B-Happy" will world preem at the Toronto Film Fest in September as part of the Contemporary World Cinema section.
Dennis Hopper announced a new film project, "Gangster," at a press conference Wednesday on the Italian island of Ischia.
Spanish producer Antonio Perez's Maestranza Films is teaming with Mexican producer Matthias Ehrenberg on two feature film projects: "Rosario Tijeras," Emilio Maille's adaptation of a bestselling…
ESC Entertainment won't be escaping from Warner Bros. anytime soon. Initial plans called for the effects facility, formed by Warner Bros. in 2001 to tackle the thousands of computer-generated effects…
Despite furious bidding, Fox 2000 Pictures wouldn't let go of Jason Katims' spec "Letting Go," snatching up the script for $1.25 million on Wednesday.
Warner Bros. Pictures Intl. will theatrically distribute Belgian director Stijn Coninx's pic "Verder dan de maan" (Sea of Silence) in the Netherlands and Belgium this fall.
Book publishers have answered Hollywood's noisy summer of franchises, sequels and kiddie pics with their own blockbuster summer.