The Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival closed on a high Sunday with the U.K. premiere of "Insomnia," attendance figures up, good local press and a left-of-field winner for its Michael Powell Award for…
First feature by hip Beijing experimental theater director Meng Jinghui, 35, "Chicken Poets" is a visually alert, sometimes witty pic whose whole is less than the sum of its parts.
Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment has confirmed it will add "XXX" and "Stuart Little 2" to its fall video release schedule that also includes the newly announced "Men in Black II" on Nov. 26.
"Bellini and the Sphinx's" loyalty to Hollywood whodunits may dampen its Brazilian flavor, but ultra-commercial gumshoe item scored a hefty 75,000 admissions in its local run from March to June…
Production and management shingle HSI Prods. has partnered with the Louisiana Institute of Film Technology and the City of New Orleans to produce a multimedia celebration known as the New Orleans…
Mark Anthony Galluzzo's "R.S.V.P." drew feature film kudos at the third annual Malibu Film Festival Thursday night.
BOSTON -- "Searching for Paradise," "XX/XY" and "The Grey Zone" have been set as the opening night attractions for the 18th stanza of the Boston Film Festival, which runs Sept. 6-15.
The annual Diversity Awards will mark their 10th anniversary Nov. 3 with a weekend of screenings and other activities, culminating in a big kudos bash at the Beverly Hilton.
The 38th annual Chicago Intl. Film Festival has released a sneak peek of this year's feature lineup.
Somewhere between docu, philosophical essay and docudrama, "Eat, Sleep, No Women" is a tart commentary on post-9/11, with snapshots of lives around the world on the day the West invaded a tiny, dusty…
An involving family drama about a young boy's dreams and personal loss, "Hard Goodbyes: My Father" brings a light touch -- and a full measure of unaffected charm -- to potentially downbeat material.