Rupert Everett is in advanced negotiations to star for Italian writer-director team Carlo and Enrico Vanzina as a British nobleman fallen on hard times in the English-language comedy "South…
Jean-Claude Van Damme will star in the kung-fu actioner "The Monk" for Avi Lerner's Millennium Films and director Ringo Lam ("City On Fire").
MGM has optioned "Hostage," the latest thriller by novelist and screenwriter Robert Crais, for Bruce Willis and Arnold Rifkin's Cheyenne Prods.
"Kaaterskill Falls," directed and produced by Josh Apter and Peter Olsen, received the 2001 Critics Prize at the Independent Feature Project/West Los Angeles Film Festival, which ended Saturday.
Art or propaganda? Is it possible to appreciate the importance of Leni Riefenstahl's "Triumph of the Will" without seeming to embrace the repulsive politics of its subject, Adolph Hitler?
The pitfalls of "temporary marriage" -- a ritual in Islamic countries -- is the emotionally fertile ground of "Hemlock," a potent if ultimately contrived drama covering the adult side of the Iranian…
Second parts were never worse than this," runs the self-mocking tagline for comedian Santiago Segura's sophomore helming stint. And it's not far from the truth: "Torrente 2: Mission in Marbella,"…
Scripted, helmed and shot on DV and Super-8 by 23-year-old Raphael Frydman, "Adieu Babylone" is a jubilant, continent-hopping road movie split between Paris and the Americas. Frydman shows a real…
Gregg Lachow's "Silence!" is a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience in which the entire soundtrack is performed live onstage by a troupe of seven actors and six jazz musicians, as the feature-length…
In "Kwik Stop," tyro helmer-scribe Michael Gilio exhibits such steadfast devotion to the quirks and ticks of his loony characters that the sheer force of his dedication is frequently more compelling…
"The Japanese had 'The Seven Samurai,' the Americans had 'The Magnificent Seven' and we've got 'The Seven Troublemakers'!" laments the disgruntled police chief of a low-income Paris burb in…