Two men, one war-weary and the other an idealistic college student, traverse their own separate but intersecting hells in "Like a Bad Dream." The reels of dismal imagery unspooled here spring less…
Academy Award-nominated writer, producer and director Frank Darabont makes a case for lifting the studios' ban on Academy screeners.
The broad strokes of a business model to support the widespread rollout of digital cinema systems are starting to come into focus.
"Dysfunctional" is hardly the word for the family that tears itself apart in "Matchbox," a blackly humorous rantfest set in an Athens working-class apartment where the air conditioning has broken…
A rapidly paced skeletons-in-the-closet thriller, director Patxi Barco's debut is weighed down by a surfeit of characters. With most thesps little-known outside the Basque region, "Night" could be…
"15" is Asian Kid Rebels 101. So predictable it could almost be a parody of the genre film follows five disaffected teens bumming around in the gritty underbelly of, uh, Singapore. First feature by…
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles will honor director Peter Weir with the new John Schlesinger Britannia Award for artistic excellence at the 12th Britannia Awards on Nov. 8…
The Independent Film Channel has commissioned "In Search of Ted Demme," a tribute to the late indie director of features including "Blow," "Beautiful Girls" and "The Ref."
Ask an exhib attending the ShowEast trade show for a critique of the recent summer's box office, and the response is likely to be, "It was OK -- but how about those holiday movies coming up!"
A machine gun-toting mariachi and a sultry vampire help propel the September box office to an all-time high of $577 million, 7% above the same frame last year.
Vet helmer-producer Claude Berri was named prexy of the troubled French Cinematheque archive and museum Tuesday, surprising Gallic industryites.