Latest opus by documentarian Rory Kennedy follows two years in the lives of a poor Europa, Miss., family, beginning as the story of a disturbed little boy and his interaction with social services and…
Debuting writer-director-actor Abe Forsythe spoofs the legend of Australia's most famous outlaw, and the current pic "Ned Kelly," in this low-budget laffer. The reliance on scatological humor will…
Michael Pitt and Jacob Reynolds will star in "West Memphis Three," a feature based on the Arkansas murder case that inspired Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky's 1996 documentary "Paradise Lost."
FUNNY FACE-OFF Today two broad comedies, U’s "Bruce Almighty" and WB’s "The In-Laws" will bow against each other – a rarity at the holiday B.O. Previous summer comedies unspooling on the same…
The fifth annual CineVegas Intl. Film Festival in Las Vegas will open June 13 with First Look Pictures' "Octane," starring Madeleine Stowe, and close June 21 with the crime drama "Shade" and…
Michael Moore will respond to critics who blasted his Oscar slam of President Bush on the DVD of "Bowling for Columbine," to be released by MGM on Aug. 19.
The studios suffered their first loss this week in a campaign to extend state laws against cable and satellite TV theft to cover new forms of electronic distribution such as the Internet.
The looming Memorial Day weekend -- always a monster for moviegoing -- is shaping up as a smackdown match between two box office behemoths.
The Global Film Initiative, a U.S.-based charitable foundation dedicated to the promotion of cross-cultural understanding through cinema, has chosen six recipients for its inaugural grant program.
Digital cinema is moving along nicely, but two key questions remain: Who pays for the transition, and will there be a war over a standard format?