A personal musing on the need for fathers on both an individual and societal scale, this modified home movie meanders off into so many different directions it never develops a clear focus. Like a…
"Too Pure" is an exercise in unpleasantness, recycling familiar elements to tell the supposedly true story of a Mexican-American woman (Mayte Vilan) kidnapped and tortured by a roving band of…
Part film diary, part personal travelogue, Thomas Allen Harris' patchwork collage of silent super-8 footage from different times and places in his own life and the life of his ancestors uses music…
The eighth annual IFP/West Los Angeles Film Festival will bow with an unspooling of Lions Gate's upcoming comedy "Lovely & Amazing."
"Gangs of New York" was gangbusters in its preview here Monday. Even before the 20-minute presentation of Miramax's "Gangs" drew an enthusiastic response at the jam-packed Palais, the participants…
The gamble of showing the "Gangs of New York" preview looks like a winning one for helmer Martin Scorsese and Miramax.
Well, not quite. It turns out the latest George Lucas space epic didn't quite make it to $86.2 million for three days and didn't quite top "Spider-Man," even in four. Monday's final figures show…
Records tumbled around the world last weekend as "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" and "Spider-Man" posted phenomenal figures overseas.
Gabriel Mann has signed a two-picture deal with RKO Pictures chairman-CEO Ted Hartley that will launch with him toplining a remake of RKO's 1945 thriller "The Brighton Strangler."
Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of Disney's upcoming laffer "Bad Company," has been named to receive the Albert R. Broccoli Award of Excellence at Cinema Expo this year.
Julianne Moore will be honored at this fall's IFP Gotham Awards ceremony.