London Eye - Adam Dawtrey
The Philippines' war against piracy has taken a cinematic twist. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's chairman appointee to the Video Regulatory Board -- thesp Ramon "Bong" Revilla Jr. -- has brought…
Alex Proyas is preparing a return to sci-fi after wrapping the ensemble rock band drama "Garage Days" -- a pic that took the producer-director back to his musicvid roots.
Several high-profile U.S. films haven't been tracking as strongly abroad as at home, one factor that explains why the summer season didn't catch fire in some markets.
Exhibs in Hong Kong are alarmed at an upsurge in video piracy after several years in which the illegal trafficking of videos had been sharply reduced.
1975: Gen. Francisco Franco, a remnant of '30s fascism, lies dying in Madrid, plugged into an array of medical apparati. To one side of him lies the mummified arm of the 16th-century Saint Therese…
Considering the cloud that hung in the air and the whirlwind panic with which the event was pulled together, the general verdict on the 59th Venice Film Fest appears positive.
Even at 100, Leni Riefenstahl remains Germany's most controversial filmmaker. Last month the helmer celebrated her centenary, saw the TV premiere of her first film in 48 years and was slapped with a…
In early May, Australia's Roadshow Film Distributors picked up a little indie U.S. film just after it opened domestically and began planning a platform launch.
The music industry has hit a low note and television's future has gone blurry, so thank goodness that the movie biz is going gangbusters -- right? Wrong. The celebration about the year's box office…
Never rising above routine episodic storytelling, "White Oleander" nonetheless retains something of its source novel's ravaged emotional surface and cool, observant manner. Indeed, fans of Janet…