A compact tragedy with moments of comic relief, "Wishes of the Land" puts a moving - if not particularly subtle - spotlight on how backward traditions can needlessly ruin lives. Performances are…
In "Rocco," an enterprising Yugoslavian immigrant in Vienna finds himself transformed from youthfully exuberant construction worker to violent drug dealer in record time. Based on a true story, the…
A bittersweet look at the way men take refuge in sports, to the detriment of their full development as husbands and fathers, "Blue Corner" features quirky characters at odds with each others' needs…
An intricately constructed tale of loyalty and betrayal under mitigating circumstances, "Epstein's Night" is theatrical but gripping. Three childhood friends who survived a WW2 concentration camp…
Though the basic information is fascinating, its protracted and methodical presentation is less so, in "Without My Daughter," a docu chronicling the husband's side of the claimed spousal-abuse story…
Kevin Sullivan, who directed Fox's "How Stella Got Her Groove Back," has been tapped to helm MGM's urban laffer "Barbershop 2."
After spending six years as Steven Spielberg's assistant and then becoming a producer on his films, Bonnie Curtis has inked a two-year nonexclusive DreamWorks producing deal.
Warner Bros. is releasing four Barbra Streisand titles on DVD for the first time.
Columbia Pictures and Red Wagon Prods. plan to produce the studio's first movie musical in three decades and have tapped 23-year-old Jon M. Chu to direct an update of the 1960 tuner "Bye Bye Birdie."
The Second Annual Back East Picture Show will run April 24-27 in Hoboken, NJ.
Universal Pictures has paid mid to high six figures to pick up family comedy spec "The Great Hartford Elementary Heist," penned by first-time feature scribes John Pardee and Joey Murphy.