With its dark edges and digicam immediacy, "Suburban Virgin" approximates a Nordic version of Catherine Hardwicke's "Thirteen," but played more for laughs. Pic centers on two mid-teen girls'…
An interminable post-modern suspenser, "A Sight for Sore Eyes" overflows with steely craft in the service of a narrative in which robotic protags indulge in random behavior, some of it lethal…
Five high school buddies pact to videotape their sexual conquests in the Finnish "The Young Gods." Well crafted by Prix-Italia winning TV helmer Jukka-Pekka Siili, this fast-paced drama has some…
Edward Norton and Evan Rachel Wood will star in "Down in the Valley," to be directed by "Dahmer" helmer David Jacobson. Element Films will produce and fully finance the project.
In a seven-figure deal, DreamWorks has set John Ridley to write his first animated feature. "The Unprofessionals" is Ridley's first animated feature but not his first cartoon foray.
Universal-based Playtone has set up the Elinor Lipman novel "The Ladies' Man" at the studio for Robert Benton to adapt and direct with Tom Hanks in the title role.
Australia's two major film and TV conferences are joining hands to forge closer ties between the production and exhib-distrib sectors and to enable overseas guests to attend both events.
Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, the team behind "American Splendor," are in negotiations to rewrite and direct a remake of "Bride of Frankenstein" for Universal Pictures, produced by…
Radar Pictures CEO Ted Field and sports entrepreneur A. Demetrius (Tony) Brown have entered into a partnership to develop and produce urban and Latin projects.
The amusing "Screaming Men" profiles Finland's Mieskuoro Huutajat, a choral ensemble whose repertoire consists of patriotic odes, children's lyrics, international treaties and miscellaneous other…
A highly atmospheric artfilm earmarked for festival appreciation, "Somnambulance" creates a claustrophobic world around an elderly lighthouse keeper and his mad daughter trapped in a desolate WWII…