Caper comedy following nutty adventures through wide swathes of Turkey and Egypt -- all of it caused by a mix-up of coffins, one of which contains the mummy of Ramses IV -- "Runaway Mummy" has opened…
Aimed at older filmgoers, "Dalkeith," a modest comedy about a group of borrowed-timers whose dull lives are suddenly brightened, has been something of a phenom Down Under, where it has played…
A lowbudget, DV-shot feature about a prodigal who returns to a remote Chilean fishing village to clear his name or face charges, "El Leyton" is a modest but enjoyable comedy about an isolated people…
A drama about two brothers, "You'll Be Back" is too low-key for its own good. From the performances to the lensing, pic is an engaging fable which simmers nicely but never boils. Even the presence of…
Online services AOL and MSN are rolling out new versions, 8.0 in both cases, of their software this week. On Monday, MSN rolled out its new version, backed by a $300 million marketing campaign that's…
By turns unsettling, horrific and infuriatingly obscure, "A New Life" is a vision of an old life on the edge of hell. A pure art movie that won't get much farther than fests outside its native…
Returning to the interplay between man and nature that was central to the director's previous films, "Paper Airplanes" and "The Tree of Life," Farhad Mehranfar's "The Winter Song" chronicles a…
Organizers of Milan film market Mifed announced Tuesday that after last year's low-profile, no-frills edition, which took place a few weeks after 9/11, the 2002 mart will be "a winning event."
Jaume Balaguero's haunted house pic "Darkness," Spain's biggest English-lingo pic of the year, broke local records for 2002, scaring up an opening Friday to Sunday tally of $1,166,319 off 275 prints.
Danish cinemas are heading for another record year, with an estimated 13 million admissions, the most since 1983.