The ghost of Agatha Christie hangs over "Dunsmore," in which a Florida investigator looks into the apparent execution of the most hated man in town. While telling the story as a whodunit provides for…
"Lost Boys of Sudan" is a potent, engrossing look at several young refugees from Sudan's disastrous, endless civil war who've been relocated to the U.S. Their early experiences here provide a…
The private obsessions of a woman in a search of self-definition form the thematic basis for "Wishing Woman," a collaboration between filmmaker Thomas Roth and actor Molly Castelloe that minimizes…
Carmike Cinemas, one of the nation's largest chains with 2,262 U.S. screens, has joined the National Assn. of Theater Owners.
Not all home movies are created equal, as proved by "The Peter Sellers Story -- As He Filmed It," a fascinating BBC docu assembled almost entirely out of the subject's own voluminous archive of…
Uncertain whether to go for straight suspense or gross-out effects, genre in-joking or schlock cinema-of-parodic-excess, Eli Roth's backwoods horror opus "Cabin Fever" seldom sticks with any one…
As a polemical fable on the links of racism and class, "Season of Youth" speaks best to the young, but as drama, pic is hopelessly mired in contrivances that make a hash of important issues. Tyro…
"The Boys of 2nd Street Park, " a docu exploring the divergent paths of a generation of boys who grew up in 1960's Brooklyn, is slated to air September 28 on Showtime.
The Mercadoc European and Latin-American Documentary Market, which wrapped Saturday in Malaga, southern Spain, underscored the creative vitality of the genre in the Spanish-speaking world and the…
Italo state film producer-distributor Istituto Luce unveiled a ramped up slate Tuesday