Warner Bros. has sold a film and TV series package that includes "The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring" and "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" to Germany's RTL Television for an…
Fox is mounting a glacier-sized promotional push for the Nov. 26 video release of "Ice Age," the studio's biggest animated film ever.
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.