Always imaginative, often arresting, but sometimes just too clever by half, "Divine Intervention" is a movie of memorable moments rather than a cohesive, involving feature.
Director Abderrahmane Sissako's "Waiting for Happiness" suggests a world of poignant contradictions, between immobility and departure, belonging and rootlessness, tradition and modernity, local…
First feature director Karim Ainouz's vivid 1930s-set biopic recreates a key period in the life of a legendary gay streetfighter, criminal and killer, an uneducated black Brazilian descended from…
Writer-director Jacques Nolot pulls off a perfect blend of the sordid and artistic in "Glowing Eyes," a touching, funny and sexually explicit instruction manual on how to cruise, service and be…
"Pinero" triumphed Saturday at the 2002 American Latino Media Arts Awards, nabbing three Almas, including motion picture.
The popular-arts channel Trio will dedicate the month of June to censorship, including the premiere of an original doc hosted by the Sandra Bernhard and a simultaneous art exhibit in Gotham, bringing…
Gotham-based production shingle Forensic Films and casting agency Hopkins, Smith, Barden are partnering to create a production, financing and casting consultancy for international producers seeking…
Eleven film students from the U.S. and abroad will receive kudos at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 29th annual Student Academy Awards June 9 in Hollywood.
The Jedi Knights emphatically conquered most of the world over the weekend except in Latin America, where Sony's webslinger smashed numerous industry opening records.
From the extreme Alaskan northwest of his disappointing "Limbo," John Sayles has moved diagonally to the far southeast of "Sunshine State," marking a reasonably confident return to the sprawling…
Columbia Pictures has gone and jumped into "Lake Powell," a supernatural pitch it has just acquired from the Lloyd Entertainment Co. for low-six figures.