An unexpectedly raffish air and an atmospheric production are the hallmarks of "Evelyn," the true-life saga of an Irish father who bucked the system in 1953 to regain legal custody of his children in…
A genre cocktail perpetrated with deadpan panache, "The Wackos" is an adroitly stirred blend of "King of Hearts" meets "Gunfight at the Not-Remotely-O.K.-Corral." Smartly played venture, which has…
Def Jam Records is joining forces with Paramount and MTV Films to produce an untitled military comedy for hip-hop team Method Man and Redman.
A simple but inventive and affecting pic about the obsession to film life rather than live it, "My Camera and Me" limns a guy who rarely lifts his finger off the trigger of a camera pointed at daily…
Enrique Urbizu's good-looking, intelligent "Box 507," is a fine addition to the list of Spanish thrillers that focus on the socio-political realities of contempo Spain rather than on the genre…
Slamdance has named Gianna Chachere as festival director, replacing co-directors Brent Clackson and Kristy Byrd.
Documentary filmmakers who wish to enter short subject or feature-length pics into the 75th Academy Awards competish must submit entry forms and supporting materials to the Academy of Motion Picture…
ABC, Fox and Turner have struck a $30 million deal with Sony to share the broadcast window of summer blockbuster "Men in Black II."
"Monsters, Inc." has become the fastest-selling DVD of all time, with 7 million copies purchased in just seven days. Pic has set a DVD-era first-week sales record with 11 million combined VHS and DVD…
Beneath its sappy title, "25 Kids & One Dad" is an enjoyable, more-than-respectable helming debut by Huang Hong, one of China's most popular writer-comics.