Three short films based on stories by Franz Kafka and made during 2000-2002 have been combined in "K," an intriguing but hermetic cinema debut from Iranian-born multimedia artist Shoja Azari.
A lyrical reflection on overpowering love, selfish choices, loss, abandonment and atonement, "Dolls" translates the tragic beauty of traditional Japanese Bunraku puppet theater onto a human canvas…
Twentieth Century Fox is cloning an Imax version of "Star Wars: Episode 2 -- Attack of the Clones," and execs predict mega-resolution visuals will stoke big interest when re-formatted prequel…
Two films that are sure to generate ink and create marketing challenges due to edgy content have been picked up at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
Auds in Germany and Spain gravitated to "Road to Perdition" last weekend while folks in Scandinavia were charmed by "Lilo & Stitch," Brazilians went nuts for "XXX" and Aussies and Japanese fell for…
The American Cinema Editors have re-elected Tina Hirsch, the org's first female president, for another two years.
Jed Blaugrund is ready to rumble for WWE. The former Mostow/Lieberman exec has been named VP of production for the newly formed WWE Films division.
A mesmerizing story of outcast lovers on the margins of a cruelly unaccommodating world, "Oasis" is an eloquent expression of both unorthodox romance and bitter disillusionment with the hypocritical…
Italy's Catholic Church condemned the Venice Intl. Film Festival on Monday for giving top honor to "The Magdalene Sisters," about fallen women imprisoned by their families in Irish convents in the…
"Moonlight Mile" is a movie at war with itself -- tuned into its characters' vicissitudes one moment, stumbling with awkward stabs at goofiness the next. The conflict appears to stem from…