The Miami International Film Festival has hit a new snag with the loss of its backer, though another local institution may step up to the plate.
Icelandic rock star Bjork, ex-Monty Python star Terry Jones and singer-songwriter Sjón will lend their voices to "Anna and the Moods," a half-hour animated 3D film which is in development at…
After 35 years of performing to adoring crowds and cutting more than three dozen albums, Mexican rock hero Alex Lora deserves his own movie, but "Alex Lora: Rock 'n' Roll Slave" is too adoring for…
Management and production shingle Benderspink has teamed with writer-producer Sheldon Turner to option New York magazine article "The Boys of Summer."
Miramax has moved ahead on plans for its double "Bill." The company will release the Quentin Tarantino-directed "Kill Bill: Volume Two" Feb. 20, 2004.
Peer-to-peer networks like Kazaa that enable music and movie piracy may be stuck in never-ending litigation, but a new company is hoping to show independent filmmakers that P2P can be their friend.
While it's never as amusing as its title, "The Five Stages of Beer" brews up male-female relationships in a low-budget serving that delivers a pleasant respite from indie films obsessed with lovelorn…
Conventional handling of what could have been a resonant and intriguingly ambiguous relationship drama turns "Hale Bopp" into a forgettable blur. Minor and mid-range fests will come calling, but…
One indication of the wry intelligence behind the Telluride Film Festival is that "The Far Side" cartoonist Gary Larson was chosen to do the poster for the fest's 30th anni.
Two brothers from Bosnia spend a pleasant summer with their aunt and uncle in Slovenia, meeting kids their own age and discovering the opposite sex. As title suggests, "On the Sunny Side" is an…
Energetic "Small World," an offbeat, dark Serbian comedy from veteran filmmaker Milos Radovic, spins its wheels without making much of a point. Narrated by a petulant unborn child, this tale of…