Quebec actress-warbler Carole Laure turns to direction, considerably assisted by her artistic deviser, co-screenwriter, co-producer and d.p. Pascal Arnold, and the results are decidedly mixed.
A high-tech headscratcher, "Demonlover" starts out as a moody and intriguing corporate thriller but eventually spins off into uncharted realms of cyberhell.
Left on her own to make a living in rural China, a young wife finds professional mourning is a lucrative business in "Cry Woman," a small-scale but accessible production that should slide easily into…
A seductively evocative mood piece set on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, "Respiro (Grazia's Island)" sketches with delicacy and skill the deep bonds of a loving family, the lazy rhythms of life in…
A two-decade chronicle of the growth of drug trade and gang warfare that grip the slums of Rio de Janeiro, "City of God" delivers a bruising, visceral experience of the vicious spiral of violence…
The sophomore jinx strikes in "Laurel Canyon," which is in every way a pale shadow of Lisa Cholodenko's previous feature, "High Art." New film aggravatingly adheres to the same format as the…
20th Century Fox's "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" soared into the box office stratosphere this weekend, capturing an estimated $86.2 million. Winning bow means George Lucas'…
New Line's "Goldmember" has been gold for newspaper ad execs, but DreamWorks isn't in the print "Spirit" just yet.
"This is amazing," stuttered a humbled Robert De Niro, standing on a massive stage for the Tribeca Film Festival/MTV concert and comedy festival May 10 in Battery Park.
When Marvel Entertainment was struggling to emerge from bankruptcy in 1998, Avi Arad stood before a group of bankers who were deciding the company's fate.
The skies above the Croisette may have been cloudless, but indie film mavens arriving in Cannes last week were desperately searching for a ray of light to pierce the fog of uncertainty in their biz.