A motley group of animal conservationists become dinner for CGI creepy-crawlies in "The Trek," a Thai jungle adventure that's ancillary fodder for horror aficionados. Solidly but unexcitingly…
An impressively crafted, well-played drama, about a man living a double existence, erstwhile tube helmer Eduardo Cortes' "Nobody's Life" is a minor-key delight. Buoyed by classy performances from…
After a couple of years spent helming hit comedies and romances, Johnnie To and his team return to the roots of his own company, Milkyway Image, with "PTU," a labyrinthine crime criss-crosser set…
Seven Academy Award nominees have been tapped as presenters for Saturday's Directors Guild of America awards ceremonies at the Century Plaza.
"Chicago" and "Gangs of New York" came out on top Sunday night in their respective categories at the 53rd annual ACE Eddie Awards, which honors editing in eight categories of film, television and…
Director Michael Mann has jumped out of "The Perfect Fire." The co-production between Warner Bros. Pictures and Imagine Entertainment is now seeking a new director.
Bulgaria's exhibition industry has gone three-dimensional after the grand opening this month of the Moskva 3D Cinema in Sofia.
Oscar contenders, pure popcorn fare and several local heroes combined to keep pay windows busy in many offshore markets over the weekend.
"Memphis," a new musical with book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro ("I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change") and music and additional lyrics by David Bryan of the rock band Bon Jovi, will be given its…
2003 wins: Seattle Film Critics 2003 nominations: Golden Globe, USC Scripter noms Awards pedigree: None Hare on writing about the opposite sex: “I’ve always been more interested in writing about…