Devotees of the Emperor need look no further than "Kurosawa," a handy two-hour docu on the late director (1910-98) that gets in all the basic information and archive footage but also manages to add…
While French cinema pulled in increased market share at home in 2001 (Daily Variety, Jan. 3), pics also exported well, according to figures released by Unifrance this week.
The blacklist era will be the subject of a full-scale exhibition, "Reds and Blacklists: Political Struggles in the Movie Industry," to be presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences…
The Afghanistan capital of Kabul will be the venue of the Indian Film Festival 2002, according to an announcement from India's Information & Broadcasting Ministry and the Directorate of Film…
One of the real-life heroes featured in Bertrand Tavernier's wartime drama "Laissez Passer" will today seek an injunction against the new pic's release on French screens next week.
While headliners Rupert Everett and Elle Macpherson distinguish themselves by voicing their own dialogue in passable Italian, there's little else to be said in favor of "South Kensington."
Despite fine ensemble work by a mixed British and North American cast, film is too low-key to make much of an impression theatrically, but it would make quality tube fare in a number of markets.
Sony is developing yet another consumer electronics device: the Terminator. Easily the highest-budgeted film ever greenlit, "Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines" is being financed by Intermedia…
Warner Bros. and Paramount are negotiating with former Mann Theaters owner Jeff Lewine to return ownership of most Mann properties to the Pittsburgh-based exhib by next month, sources said Wednesday.