The daughter of poets Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes has written a poem attacking an upcoming movie about her parents, which stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Daniel Craig.
Luc Besson's "Taxi 3" has run into speedbumps. With the government fretting over France's appalling road safety record, the producer has rejected accusations that his pic, which features car chases…
"Masked and Anonymous" is no doubt how all those associated with this botch would wish to remain. Attempt to revive the renegade spirit of early '70s filmmaking (with some figures from the era…
Blockbuster animated feature "Spirited Away" scored record TV ratings of 46.9% Jan. 24 on broadcaster Nippon TV.
Berlin Intl. Film Festival topper Dieter Kosslick warned Saturday that a U.S. war with Iraq could keep many high-profile guests from flying across the Atlantic for the event, which kicks off Thursday.
The Writers Guild of America West board of directors has selected Mel Brooks as this year's recipient of the Screen Laurel Award.
Salma Hayek will make her third appearance as an Oscar presenter during the 75th Academy Awards on March 23.
"Etre et avoir" (To Be and to Have), Nicolas Philibert's charming documentary about the personalized education a dozen youngsters receive in a rural one-room school, was voted best French film of the…
Simon Field, British co-director of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, confirmed Feb. 3 that he will step down after the 2004 festival wraps.
With its deliberately slow pacing and long takes, kidpic "Elina" is a refreshing antidote to the many children's films in which a breathless tempo and rapid-fire cutting seem goals in themselves…
An impressive drama centered on a teacher who rediscovers his zest for living while working in an economically depressed town, Jimmy Karlsson's "A Breach in the Wall" has the feel of a '70s movie…