Indie production company Cinema Revival, headed by producer David W. Johnson and writer-director Scott William Alvarez, has secured the feature rights to Jeremy Jackson's novel "Life At These Speeds."
Crime is less important than the post-heist cheating in enjoyable, character-based yarn about a bunch of grifters that provides meaty roles for its whole cast plus a couple of neat twists prior to…
Mulling the physical and emotional devastation suffered by soldiers of the war in Chechnya, pic reps a solid, if schematic, meller by Russian helmer Valery Todorovsky. Newcomer Daniil Spivakovsky…
Slow to start but quietly affecting by its final reels, pic takes a "Forrest Gump"-like look at one of the grimmest political periods of recent South Korean history, Park Chung-hee's military…
This CG-driven Imax effort offers a playful, if fairly intensive, discussion of how our eyes, in the film's own words, "resolve visual ambiguities." Pic may be challenging for younger kids expecting…
Oddly intimate maternal relationship takes center stage in Christophe Honore's respectable, tightly coiled, but ultimately unrewarding adaptation of Georges Bataille's posthumous novel. Uncommercial…
Laid-back look at the surprisingly wide variety of gay lifestyles to be found in the rural slow lane, docu presents a veritable gallery of candid snapshots taken by helmer Tom Murray as he journeyed…
The fourth annual Screamfest horror film festival and screenplay competition has announced a call for entries.
South Florida-based Maverick Entertainment Group has created a new label, Creep FX, to acquire and distribute horror pics.
Paramount and Lorenzo di Bonaventura have tapped Michael Tolkin to adapt "Paranoia," Joseph Finder's tale of corporate espionage.
Production began Monday on Ron Carlson's "Tom 51," a comedy about a young man who goes through 50 jobs before winding up as a driver for a call-girl service.
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