Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa returns to safer ground with an offbeat, lightly comic spin on the psycho-thriller genre with which he made his name. Inventively scripted tale of a scientist whose…
The ongoing spiral of industry opposition to the Oscar screener ban showed no sign of stopping Tuesday. In what will be the first joint meeting of studio chiefs since the ban was announced, the heads…
Guilt and retribution follow in the path of the abduction, rape and murder of a 13-year-old girl. This is apparently the stuff of rural legend in New Zealand, a recurring nightmare fueled by several…
Running a small family-owned factory during Argentina's economic crisis provides surprising drama in Alejandro Malowicki's well-written second feature "Besieged." It's not hard to see the little…
A Federal Trade Commission report released Tuesday found that U.S. exhibs have succeeded in tightening enforcement of their industry's theater-admissions practices.
Miramax Films has acquired film rights to Bernard Kerik's autobiography "The Lost Son: A Life in Pursuit of Justice" and will develop a feature based on the former New York City police commissioner's…
Alan Cumming will hand out the Grand Marnier Film Fellowships as part of the closing night ceremonies of the New York Film Festival.
Whoopi Goldberg, Emma Thompson, Sci Fi Channel prexy Bonnie Hammer and cinematographer Ellen Kuras will be honored at the 2003 Muse Awards on Dec. 10 at the New York Hilton.
Next year will be the 10th anniversary of South Africa's first democratic elections, and the film community is gearing up by spotlighting the country at major film festivals around the world.
"Foolproof," the highly touted heist movie starring Ryan Reynolds that was supposed to reinvigorate the Canuck film industry, has bombed at the box office.
The inaugural Morelia Intl. Film Festival closed late Friday, with a bouquet of prizes for nine Mexican shorts and documentaries handed out by thesps Salma Hayek and Julia Ormond.