Rarely does a wide-release pic with an A-list star make an unabashed pitch for, of all things, universal health care.
Movie and TV stars, entertainers, producers, directors and the press swooped down on the Philippine Senate early February to seek legislative support in their campaign to save the entertainment…
Blighty's most famous celeb couple will bring a touch of added verisimilitude to the U.K. comedy "Bend It Like Beckham."
The folks at London's sound-effects-library.com have done a "bang-up" job for the producers of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang," the upcoming stage show based on the 1968 kidpic.
A delicately rendered, reflective film about four rootless young people searching for a lasting connection in their relationships, "Wave" is a slow-moving slice of Japanese ennui that seduces with…
Race relations between whites and Aboriginals in contempo Australia permeates every frame of "Beneath Clouds," a stylish road movie ultimately undone by wooden acting and an overreliance on genre…
The conveniences and compromises holding together a Danish family unravel in droll style throughout "Minor Mishaps," a Mike Leigh-like comedy-drama that benefits from spot-on casting down the line…
A schoolteacher and his wife confront a middle-aged crisis in "July Rhapsody," a delicately textured pic from veteran director Ann Hui that emerges as a superior soap. Though the elements that Hui…
Victoria Abril, Isabella Rossellini and Franka Potente have joined the huge ensemble cast of Peter Greenaway's trilogy "The Tulse Luper Suitcases," which will start shooting March 25.
Reading Entertainment Australia lost the first round of its court battle with Hoyts Cinemas over cut-price tickets, and both warring parties have agreed to move quickly to round two.
Andreas Dresen's "Halbe Treppe" (Grill Point), the third German title in Competition to premiere at this year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival, generated a huge buzz Tuesday, with local critics calling…