John Malone's Encore has commissioned "The Cutting Edge: The Magic of Movie Editing," a feature-length docu on "the unappreciated but critical role" of film editors.
Preparing for an audience that doesn't typically attend films, chains are carefully deciding which trailers they will show before "The Passion of the Christ," when it opens Wednesday.
French-speaking Canada stole the show at Saturday's Cesar Awards as "The Barbarian Invasions" won film, director and screenplay honors for Denys Arcand.
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Like most movies derived from 1960s and '70s TV, "Starsky & Hutch" doesn't possess the kind of ingenuity necessary to sustain feature length. Pic isn't painful but seldom advances beyond costumes and…
Purports to be a biography of the 1950s pinup fave who's become a cult icon. Given subject's name appears intentionally misspelled (it's Betty, not "Bettie"), and director Nico B is credited with…
Maestro Valery Gergiev has transformed American tastes by popularizing Russian operas rarely performed in the West, but his work as a symphonic conductor hasn't received the same attention Stateside…
"Risky Business" is recycled in tickle-and-tease teen sex comedy that plays like a late-night channel-surf through soft-core sitcoms, "American Pie" wannabes and '80s Brat Pack romances. R-rated…
Universal Pictures has become the latest Hollywood studio to tap British investors for P&A funding.
A week away from Oscar's big night, the latest box office session proved notably tepid despite four wide openers. Sony's "50 First Dates" again topped the competish in its second weekend, but an…
Call it "Exorcist: A Second Beginning."
Tix for Michelle Yeoh starrer "Silver Hawk" didn't exactly fly out of Hong Kong theaters, but producer Han Entertainment is pinning its hopes on worldwide distribution to make the film soar.