Adam Leipzig has been appointed co-president of production of National Geographic Feature Films. He shares the title with fellow co-president Christine Whitaker.
John H. Williams' Vanguard Films has tapped scribe Jordan Katz to write the live-action comedy "Geronimo Jones" for the DreamWorks-based company.
Entertaining if unexciting, "Westward to the World" offers a fair overview of the career of the Clash, probably the most widely successful group to emerge from punk's first wave. Authorized portrait…
Intriguing, if laboriously paced ethnographic drama is ruined by dubbing bad enough to make Italian TV soaps look believable. Tableaux-like direction and tinny music score underline artificial feel…
Dimension Films has named Dan Levine senior VP, focusing on production and development.
Given the Supreme Court's landmark decision invalidating state sodomy laws, docu "Dildo Diaries" is stuck in the unfortunate position of beating a newly dead horse. Nonetheless, this look at…
Largely pedestrian take on the rondo of romance, Seattle contempo style, "Dominoes" adds nothing to dating discussion, but does gets off a few good one-liners. Perfs are uneven, adding up to sense of…
Although it starts out engagingly enough, "King of the Ants" can't decide whether it wants to be a horror flick, a neo-noir crime caper, or psychological thriller with slasher inclinations. The genre…
A pubcasting natural if ever there was one, "Life After War" details transformation of National Public Radio veteran Sarah Chayes from reporter into social worker in rubble-strewn Afghanistan. Timely…
Well-intentioned, verite-style docudrama stumbles on its own drug-movie cliches, although "Nate Dogg's" cinematic excesses-on-a-shoestring do suggest what one-man band Thomas Farone could do with…
The "drive-thru for sex" that the Internet represents for gay men is scrutinized in "Hooked," a reasonably engrossing first docu feature for helmer Todd Ahlberg.
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