Experimental filmmaker Mark Street's first narrative feature retains an avant-garde approach as it offers almost random glimpses into the lives of working class Baltimore residents. With dialogue…
NYU alumna Lisa Robinson has won the first Sloan Foundation Feature Film Production Fund award for her project "Signs of Life."
The government is planning to launch a Film Guarantee Fund to underwrite coin for the flagging local industry.
Universal, DreamWorks and Spyglass Entertainment have staked out July 25 as the release date for "Seabiscuit," the adaptation of Laura Hillenbrnad's bestselling saga starring Tobey Maguire.
A trio from the American Film Institute and a UCLA student have won the DGA 2002 Student Film Awards for African-American, Asian-American, Latino and women filmmakers.
Mark Amin's Sobini Films has partnered with Permut Presentations to produce "Julia Pastrana," with Meg Richman ("Under Heaven") tapped to polish Clair Noto's original script.
Well-meaning but overlong, "Suxxess" feels like a TV movie stretched way beyond its natural running time. Once the story is established of how cynical CEOs can quickly destroy the heart of a company…
An odd mix of contempo drama and Bollywood-style musical, Danish helmer Helle Ryslinge's cross-cultural "Halalabad Blues" aims to be entertaining and meaningful, but doesn't succeed in either…
Fans of the internationally popular "Beat" Takeshi Kitano are the likeliest targets for this tale of his misspent youth, adapted from his memoirs by members of the Office Kitano crowd. Made for…
Caroline Link's "Nowhere in Africa" has been selected as the German candidate for an Oscar nomination for best foreign lingo film.
The National Film Commission unveiled plans to cut its ties to the government and apply for charitable status Tuesday.