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.
An atmospheric tale of tangled passions set at a hillside school in rural Vietnam, "The Deserted Valley" reps a plum buy for ethnic-centered webs, plus a solid title for Asiaphile festivals.
The National Film Preservation Foundation announced Tuesday it will give immortal life to "The Blot," the 1921 silent directed by Lois Weber, one of America's most important women directors and a…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Just when every variation on serial murderers seemed played out, along comes "Copycat Killer," a strong return to form by writer-director Yoshimitsu Morita. Film keeps the audience on its toes with a…
A tidy portrait of dysfunctional family life in rural, smalltown British Columbia, "Flower & Garnet" reps an interesting feature debut by shortsmaker Keith Berman that hits all its targets in a…