In a year overflowing with remakes, "Insomnia" was one of the lucky few to make a significant impact with critics and audiences.
Despite being shut out of the foreign-lingo Oscar category, "Talk to Her" shouldn't be counted out of the upcoming kudos races.
The Slamdance 2003 Film Festival has invited 15 features to compete at its ninth annual event from a record 2,800 submissions. Slamdance runs Jan. 18-25 in Park City, Utah.
Last year's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" proved Oscar gold was no fantasy for director Peter Jackson and his colleagues.
One of the great film success stories of 2002, the sexy, sad and politically charged Mexican road pic "Y tu mama tambien" (And Your Mother Too) can't compete in the foreign-lingo race.
Spyglass Entertainment is leaving the Mouse House for DreamWorks. The new four-year arrangement --an exclusive first-look and non-exclusive production deal -- means Spyglass will bow out a year early…
Paramount Pictures wants Seann William Scott to be its "Tiny Boyfriend." Studio is in final negotiations with the thesp to topline the romantic comedy, in which a self-absorbed young man is…
Identity-switch hocus-pocus gets trotted out as a comic conceit once again in "If I Were You," a polished and pleasant -- if unoriginal -- feature debut for director-co-writer Giulio Manfredonia…
Author-actor Francesco Apolloni's first directorial feature, "Let's Have the Truth About Love," smoothly adapts his seriocomic stage play about a dozen thirtysomethings meditating on, and messing…
Middle Earth met midtown at the world preem of "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" on Thursday night.
"NTV-1" is a sly and shamelessly self-promoting comedy that blends documentary and restaged elements to show the misadventures of a bunch of young California guys conning their way across Europe.
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