Atticus Finch, from "To Kill a Mockingbird," and Hannibal Lecter were tagged Tuesday by The American Film Institute as American cinema's chosen hero and villain, respectively.
Jean-Francois Pouliot's "Seducing Doctor Lewis" is a step or two below the likes of "The Full Monty" and "Waking Ned Devine." But judging from the warm reception of its Cannes audiences, other fest…
Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego's "Over the Rainbow" is a resolutely edgy piece that takes the writer-helmer into psychological and stylistic areas where few Spanish directors venture. The story of the mental…
"Cat Kisses" is a nicely shot but heavy-handed moral fable that feels like the product of hours spent over the thriller rulebook. Featuring a a skilled perf by Juanjo Puigcorbe, pic's trite message…
The heart-tugging premise of Antonio Mercero's well-crafted "4th Floor" must have sounded like good news for the tissue industry, but its determination to stay upbeat leaves the project marooned…
Earnestly therapeutic teen trauma opus set in a boarding school, "Bringing Rain" plods forward, fueled by an overzealous belief in its own self-evident message. A car crash after a beach party leaves…
Five years after his acclaimed 1997 study of a Belarus town after Chernobyl forced its evacuation, Japanese photographer-turned-documentarian Seiichi Motohashi revisits the polluted land to film a…
MGM shipped its largest ever initial retail order of DVDs and videos for Tuesday's North American release of "Die Another Day."
Head Mouseketeer Michael Eisner said Tuesday that the boffo bow of Disney/Pixar tooner "Finding Nemo" has been beneficial to their film collaboration.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up U.S. rights to musical romance "Anything but Love."
Dimension Films has named Jennifer Wachtell VP of production, creating a double-duty position for the exec, who concurrently has been upped from veep to senior vice prexy of development at Miramax.
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