In "Tom Dowd," Miami filmmaker Mark Moormann celebrates one of 20th century music's unsung craftsmen, whose collaborations stretched from jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie and Charles Mingus to…
George Livery has been tapped for the new role of commercial director of Hoyts Cinemas Australia, responsible for marketing, retail sales, merchandising and customer strategies.
Films from South Korea, Argentina and Russia took the top prizes at the Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam on Friday as the 12-day event spun into its final weekend.
The British Academy of Film & Television Arts/Los Angeles has named four new members to its board of directors.
Animators were in high spirits as "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron" and "Miyazaki's Spirited Away" were the big winners at the 30th annual Annie Awards, presented Saturday night at the Alex Theater…
"Dopamine" is overrun with Silicon Valley hipster culture -- cooler-than-thou computer-programmer types who seem to live in the neighborhood coffeehouse and do nothing but have interminable…
Writer-director Joe Maggio, who made a mark with his 2001 debut "Virgil Bliss," again coaxes edgy performances from an ensemble cast in "Milk & Honey," a dexterously scripted, darkly humorous account…
Brit TV helmer Penny Woolcock's screen translation of U.S. composer John Adams' 1991 opera, "The Death of Klinghoffer" reps a surprisingly potent marriage of serious contempo music and…
Director Masahiko Nagasawa adds his voice to the increasingly popular sub-genre of Japanese thrillers with "The Thirteen Steps," an often stylish -- but more often confusing -- entry.
Though it suffers from an occasional, very Christian tendency to view Muslim ritual as symptomatic of fanaticism, Thierry Michel's "Iran, Veiled Appearances" is a mostly suitable primer on contempo…
Israeli housewives entrenched in the West Bank city of Hebron are chronicled in "The Settlers." Cleaning their homes, attending classes or reciting prayers, they appear oblivious to the all-Arab…