Deals are pending for more than a half-dozen films that have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, including "Touch of Pink," "We Don't Live Here Anymore," "The Woodsman," "Super Size Me" and…
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival's European Film Market will showcase pics screened at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
The American Society of Cinematographers leaned heavily toward dramas in tapping the nominees for its top honors in three television categories.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Larry Auerbach, Jeremy Kagan, Stephen Glanzrock and Peery Forbis as recipients of this year's special recognition awards.
In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Loews will run a pre-feature trailer from Jan. 23 through the Academy Awards featuring Charlize Theron.
Knows its stuff about sending up the pop music biz, but as a mockumentary, it confirms the general sense that this particular ironic genre is in decline. Few funny passages aren't enough to sustain…
Low-brow filmmaking meets high-proof romance for the sort of ultra-sentimental story characteristic of Indonesian cinema. Emotions aren't just on the sleeve, but oozing from every frame. Has played…
With piquant eccentricity, doc is less interested in producing a standard bio-portrait than inquiring why people from various walks of life have chosen the subject of Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi…
With its randy characters, frank depictions of male-female affection and generally liberal vibe, "Sleepless Nights" has rocked the world of Egyptian movies since its local premiere last year…
Fiji cinema makes its debut with work about moral and social issues faced by Pacific Island people that is told by an unmistakable storyteller, but is nonetheless short on effective drama. Hackneyed…
Patiently told and lovingly made, doc overflows with emotion as it portrays rural Tennessee middle school students making a unique Holocaust memorial. Unlikely setting gives the story poignancy. Pic…
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