The Back Lot - Peter Bart
Anthony Quinn and Charlton Heston Greek-dance on stage. Lawrence Olivier knocks the top off his Cecil B. DeMille award, and Christine Lahti is late to collect her Golden Globe because she's stuck in…
Entering its second decade at Paramount, Cruise/Wagner is intent on redefining the notion of a vanity deal.
If there's any trend with Oscar candidates this year, it's blurring lines. Aside from the confusion in the actors' race, there are other bewildering areas.
Fans of Sandra Ng ("Juliet in Love," "Dance of a Dream") will come away clucking from "Golden Chicken," a tailormade vehicle for the Hong Kong actress-comedienne. The ups and downs of a brassy…
Ten years after his sex 'n' action cult classic "Naked Killer," prolific multi-hyphenate producer Wong Jing has come up with another exercise in high-gloss, low-taste tease that looks set for…
The radical changes that continue to shape the new Berlin since the fall of the Wall are addressed in two films screening in the Berlin Int'l Film Festival's exclusively Teutonic sidebar Perspektive…
In a repeat of the movie going downturn in France, Italy and Germany last year, total Spanish cinema admissions fell 5% in 2002 to 139-140 million.
A largely unsung hero of the Civil Rights movement gets overdue recognition in "Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin," a well-crafted and evenhanded documentary set to air as a "P.O.V."…
First Run Features has picked up domestic rights for Italian pic "The Embalmer."