A rare, non-moralizing look at growing up working-class Irish in the Bronx, "Beautiful Kids" spotlights a likeable trio of slackers whose alcoholism and drug use are treated with a casual acceptance…
Matthew Barney's complete five-film "Cremaster" cycle will have a limited run on new 35mm prints at New York's Film Forum, continuing the city's focus on the cult multimedia artist whose work is the…
Hoping for a graveyard smash, Paramount Pictures has put "Monster Mash" on its dance card.
The Sundance Institute Documentary Fund has selected 14 documentary projects to receive the org's 2003 grants.
The mysticism and politics of the Japanese Heian period are joined with fine-to-middling effects in "Onmyoji." Pic was fourth-best grossing homeland item in Japan in 2001. Pioneer Entertainment's…
Theatrical admissions fell 9% in the first quarter of 2003, the French Exhibitors National Federation (FNDF) said Friday.
South Korea's CJ Entertainment has backed away from its plan to purchase almost 30% of Plenus, the parent company of producer-distrib Cinema Service, citing irreconcilable differences in negotiating…
The U.K. Film Council's Premiere Fund has announced an investment of £2.58 million ($4 million) into "Valiant," the CGI feature about a plucky WW2 pigeon that "Shrek" producer John Williams is set to…
Mr. Bean goes 007 in "Johnny English," an extremely silly but effective enough romp for family auds, showcasing Brit comic Rowan Atkinson's trademarked brand of arrogant dumbness.
A&E has engineered one of the biggest theatrical-movie buys in its history, forking over about $20 million for 45 titles from Miramax. The box office winners in the package like "Good Will Hunting,"…