The most aesthetically striking title among veteran American indie filmmaker Rob Nilsson's gritty vid-drama "9 at Night" series to date, "Noise" is an arresting mix of improv-based, streetwise…
Poignant, thoughtful and utterly absorbing, Susanne Bier's Dogme film "Open Hearts" is a gem. Pic's look at the strange ways love sometimes enters people's lives is both realistic and truly human…
No thanks are in order for "Merci Docteur Rey," a disastrous stab at contemporary farce. Featuring career-worst performances from normally fine multinational thesps, this boondoggle set amidst the…
Australia's three major exhibs are throwing a lifeline to struggling Television & Media Services by buying its subsid Val Morgan, Australia's only national screen advertising contractor.
Major League Baseball, Imax and Mandalay Entertainment are on the team to produce "Baseball: The Global Game," the first Imax film about the national pastime.
Vanessa Parise's "Kiss the Bride" won top honors at the 10th annual Hamptons Intl. Film Festival.
Carlos Carrera's "El Crimen de Padre Amaro" (The Crime of Father Amaro) is Mexico's entry for a foreign-lingo Oscar nomination, while Russia has put forward "House of Fools" and Belgium is going with…
Now comprising six cinemas and more than 100 screens, UCI CE strengthened its place as the leading local exhibitor Friday with the opening of the eight-screen, 2,239-seat Palace Cinema Letnany.
Germany's StudioCanal Produktion has teamed up with Dutch producer Haig Balian on the English-lingo "SuperTex."
Iranian director Rahbar Ghangbari's "Little Bird Freak" and Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki's "Spirited Away" tied for the Cinekid Film Award at the kidfare fest on Sunday.
The AFI Fest 2002 has announced its lineup, selecting 134 titles from 2,080 entries.