A sexy two-hander in which a man and a woman play cat-and-mouse mind games during a long night in his warehouse apartment, "Devot" starts to jump the rails during its latter half but overall reps a…
Two gay Israeli soldiers try to keep their love affair under their khakis in "Yossi & Jagger," an hour-long vignette that isn't overweighed by sexual angst and has small-screen potential for general…
A yuppie's outwardly ordered but inwardly teetering life is thrown for a loop by a moment of indecision in "Wolfsburg," another taut, slow-burning portrait of emotional discombobulation by German…
A sojourn to "Tripoli" isn't just risky these days, it's expensive, too. Twentieth Century Fox is looking for partners to come aboard its pricey "Tripoli" project, which is skedded to lense on the…
Oscar nominee Meryl Streep will receive an honorary Cesar, France's answer to the Academy Award, at a ceremony in Paris on Saturday, say French film sources.
Sony-based Pariah Prods. has bought a religion-themed thriller pitch from scribe-helmer Irving Belateche.
New Directors/New Films, after years of struggling to secure Italian titles for its lineup, this year will host the New York premieres of three films from the country, all with U.S. distribution in…
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival has announced details on its five panel discussions and a new fest program, "The Rosebud Project."
Val Kilmer, William H. Macy, James Woods and Stephen Frears are late additions to Cinequest, the San Jose Film Festival unspooling Feb. 27 through March 9 at various South Bay venues.
“Chicago” is about murder, betrayal and manipulation. And it’s the closest thing to a feel-good movie among this year’s Oscar nominees for best picture. Some have described 2002 as a bit of a bummer…
Ashley Judd will make her return to Broadway this fall as Maggie in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof."