Last year's Cannes was widely panned as a disaster. Among the critics' complaints: No breakout hits. Awful French films. No awards for "Mystic River."
Massive security wasn't the only thing keeping revelry in check at Golden Globes after-bashes this year.
A trio of first films from Taiwan, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Germany padded away with Tiger Awards at the 33rd Rotterdam Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Feb. 1. Each award was worth $12,500 and a…
The testosterone's so high you can almost put a match to it in "Khakee," a twist-filled, often very violent drama centered on some cops escorting a terrorist cross-country to Mumbai. Powerhouse…
A love story sporting an uncomfortable streak of cruelty, "Gemini" reps an admirably bold departure for sophomore helmer Hans Fabian Wullenweber. Essentially about a stalker (played by co-scribe…
The trials of being a misunderstood teenager in love are rendered with depth in "Dandelion," the highly assured debut feature by writer-director Mark Milgard. Pic uses the recognizable motifs of…
Hundreds of anti-terrorist supporters will line up Saturday to demonstrate against director Julio Medem's best documentary nominee, "The Basque Ball, Skin Against Stone," which deals with Basque…
Ambles amiably from incident to incident with a "What, me worry?" disregard for such niceties as narrative logic or character consistency. Modestly engaging, only gradually reveals itself as a…
If an energetic, smarter-than-expected teen comedy with a modestly profiled cast got released in January a month before the Oscars, how much money could it hope to make? That's the multiple-choice…
In a seismic shift for the French film business, Disney has parted company with Gaumont, which has partnered with Columbia TriStar in a new joint distribution venture.
Warner Home Video will release seven classic Marx Brothers movies for the first time on DVD, with the five discs due out May 4.