Many of the great cinematographers are identifiable by a signature style, whether it be painterly lighting effects or a penchant for epic vistas. Brit lenser Douglas Slocombe is an exception.
Shy cowpokes erupt in dance in "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." Gene Kelly cavorts with an animated mouse in "Anchors Aweigh." Audrey Hepburn joyously floats down a Parisian staircase in a designer…
Actress Claudia Cardinale will receive the Golden Bear for lifetime achievement today at the Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
A shameless, charmless "Bridget Jones's Diary" knockoff, German comedy "Moonlight Tariff" duly sets its single heroine to endlessly yakking at the camera, fretting about her weight and chasing Mr…
Large helpings of gypsy exotica, costumer cliches, magical realism and plain bad filmmaking jostle against each other in "Chacho Rom," a de facto allegory about Jewish persecution under the guise of…
The government has appointed helmer Jorge Coscia the new director of the Instituto Nacional de Cine y Artes Audiovisuales (INCAA), Argentina's national film institute.
"Return to Never Land" represents a passable follow-up to the venerable Peter Pan story and mercifully, at 72 minutes, is exactly half the length of the last attempt at same, Steven Spielberg's…
Well, it's not "Glitter," but "Crossroads" is still an awfully lame bigscreen debut for pop diva Britney Spears. Innocuous in the extreme and very poorly written even on the teen trauma-lite level on…
A consortium fronted by Scottish thesp James Cosmo and backed by rock star Dave Stewart, among others, plans to build a £20 million ($28.6 million) film studio complex in the Scottish Highlands.
After rewriting "Snow Dogs," screenwriters Mark Gibson and Philip Halprin are negotiating to write the sequel to that sleeper Disney hit and have made a high-six- against seven-figure deal on…
Will McG be the helmer who can finally make "Superman" fly? The "Charlie's Angels" director has closed a deal to develop and direct the next installment of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Superman"…