Cowboy Pictures will release James Toback's "Harvard Man," which screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Raymond Barry gives a brilliant performance as Walter Ohlinger, the smoldering, bizarrely unpredictable -- yet calculating ex-Marine who burns to tell the tale of how he was the real killer of John…
Jonathan Bing: The Write Stuff
"The Green March" is more like a Hispanic "Privates on Parade," with red faces, popping eyes and handlebar moustaches the order of the day. This high-kitsch take on the Spanish transition from…
Script spends too little time on characterization and credibility, while employing the same brain-crunching shock strategies it satirizes. On the back of some high-profile marketing and Molla's…
The Intl. Film Festival Rotterdam's Hubert Bals Fund has announced its first round of awards for 2002 for promising film projects by non-Western filmmakers.
The Film Zone returned to Argentina's Cablevision and Multicanal at midnight on May 8, more than five weeks after the cablers yanked the film channel in a dispute over the carriage contract and fee.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television will receive a special tribute at the 47th Valladolid Intl. Film Festival (Oct. 25-Nov. 2) with a retrospective screening student works.
Top Spanish production house Lolafilms is back to buying foreign pics for Spain.
Fortissimo Film Sales has picked up worldwide rights to "Ken Park," directed by Larry Clark and Edward Lachman.
The Berlin Intl. Film Festival has appointed Nikolaj Nikitin, editor-in-chief and publisher of German film magazine Schnitt, as new foreign delegate for Eastern Europe.