Historied Mexican helmer Jaime Humberto Hermosillo ("Dona Herlinda and Her Son") hits the digital age with a thud in "eXXXorcisms," an exxxcruciating dramatic experiment notable only as the most…
Filmmaker Giuseppe Bertolucci's perceptive feeling for theater illuminates "Luparella," a stirring one-woman show set in a brothel during the German occupation of Naples in 1943. Bertolucci opens up…
A minimalist experience, whose exposure will likely be confined to latenight Italian TV, this is a black-and-white, one-shot, one-room, two-character piece of extremely limited appeal, although the…
Stylishly shot with a crisp, cold veneer that underlines the impersonal aspect of its metropolitan setting, "Blue Plague" gets by on looks alone. Debut feature from Lin Tay-jou taps into a familiar…
Olivier Martinez will join Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell and Michelle Rodriguez in Columbia Pictures' "SWAT."
The Screen Actors Guild has moved its 2004 awards ceremony two weeks later to Feb. 22 from Feb. 8, avoiding a direct conflict with the British Academy of Film & Television Arts awards.
The East Coast premiere of Phillip Noyce's "Rabbit-Proof Fence" will kick off the 10th annual Hamptons Intl. Film Festival, which runs Oct. 16-20 with a full slate of pics and special events.
Maybe Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton should give CleanFlicks or ClearPlay a call.
Hugh Grant, who next stars in Warner Bros. romancer "Two Weeks Notice" opposite Sandra Bullock, Wednesday was named to receive a star of the year award at ShowEast 2002.
A tough documentary look at a group of young Uruguayan slum dwellers, "On the Margins" paints a vivid, non-judgmental portrait of a hidden world. Filmmaker Mario Handler, a film prof who founded the…
Warner Bros.' Czech home entertainment division is poised to break records for video and DVD releases, capping a banner year for the theatrical division.