A tale of five childhood friends, "Take Care of My Cat" from Korea's Jeong Jae-Eun, scooped the best feature award at the 17th Cinema Jove Intl. Film Festival.
"Bomber," a WW2 drama to be directed by Mike Newell, is among five new projects to receive development coin from the U.K.'s Film Council.
Local cinema admissions are up 25% in 2002, after May proved another buoyant month.
Michael Attwell has been confirmed as the new chairman of the British Academy of Film & Television Arts, replacing Simon Relph.
"Poolhall Junkies" is a film about hustlers with a credible feel to it. Energetic effort by director/co-writer/star Mars Callahan mostly overcomes its grungy technical quality with entertaining…
Goofy love gambit featuring a trio of Angelenos with too much time on their hands makes an amiable entry into the land of do-it-yourself DV, with the writing and acting all above the usual no-budget…
A biting satire that entertains every step of the way, "Philanthropy" cleverly indicts the many ways in which "freedom" has further constrained the beleaguered citizens of Romania while providing a…
A less snarky trip through L.A. gay/punk terrain hitherto identified with Gregg Araki, Everett Lewis' micro-budgeted indie "Luster" is an ensemble seriocomedy that's initially loose to a fault, but…
Unsure whether it's an absurdist comedy or a humanist psychodrama about a young alcoholic, "Ball in the House" ends up uncomfortably in between.
At a City Hall press conference, Mayor Michael Bloomberg named Katherine Oliver New York's new commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Theater, Film and Broadcasting.
Nearly four years after it was swallowed by the now bankrupt Kinowelt Medien, arthouse distributor Pandora Filmverleih has been resurrected.