As tedious as an actual stint on a rock band'sbus, German road movie docu "Golden Lemons" serves primarily as chance to get a little closer to troubadour Wesley Willis, captured in various dives…
The U.K. Film Council launched on Tuesday its £1 million ($1.56 million) a year initiative to subsidize the release costs of specialized movies.
Foreign critics and fest programmers came away from the 7th Sofia Intl. Film Festival (March 7-16) in upbeat mood, following three days of screenings of new and recent Bulgarian fare over the final…
Organizers of the first Eilat Intl. Film Festival in Israel are vowing the show will go on, even though the event is due to start Thursday, when the first salvos of the war in Iraq could be fired.
"Cutting Horse" does nothing to revive the dormant sub-genre of contempo. Helmer Larry Clark shows little desire to make anything more than soap opera from this polemical tale about a battle between…
Warner Bros Pictures has confirmed that Ana Amigo will be director of local production in Spain, per reports (Daily Variety, Dec. 15).
Australia's biggest entertainment company, Sports and Entertainment, has set up a film division under L.A.-based "Ned Kelly" producer Nelson Woss.
Writer-director Christian Otjen, whose "Lady in the Box" made festival rounds two years ago, gets a larger canvas to paint on in small-town ensemble piece "Reeseville." Tale of prodigal son returning…
Deidre Thomas' tyro video effort is a sincere stab at trying to figure out what makes African American men tick, but pic is little more than a workshop project. Detroit-based drama has a bad habit…
A polished, earnest but formulaic lesson in tolerance, "Rain Man" style, Austrian-born vet TV helmer Peter Patzak's German drama "Zodiac Sign" finds an uptight yuppie lawyer forced to care for the…