In its own quiet way, "The Other Brother" offers a welcome alternative to the standard sex 'n' booty African-American comedy. Neither ambitious nor stylistically notable, pic nevertheless is a…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Partly financed by the success of his script for "Mouse Hunt," Adam Rifkin's pretentious study of an L.A. flophouse abandons black comedy for black fatalism. Indeed, next to the damned souls who call…
After losses of €11.9 million ($10.7 million) last year, Internationalmedia, German parent of Intermedia, has forecast gross profits of between $13.5 million and $17 million this fiscal year.
The fourth annual Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival unspools today through May 5 with 14 features, 10 docus and a shorts program, including several U.S. and North American preems.
Kyra Sedgwick, John Sayles and f/x master Ray Harryhausen will be guests of honor at the 2002 Lake Placid Film Forum, unspooling June 5-9.
In space, no one can hear you scream: No one will hear much screaming either in cinemas showing "Jason X," the unfortunate 10th outing in the inexplicably long-running "Friday the 13th" series.
The trite homily "Live every day as if it were your last" is elaborated at feature length in "Life or Something Like It." Playing something other than a bad girl or a vidgame fantasy for a change…
Top Spanish TV production and facilities group MediaPro has announced an ambitious plan to power into feature film production, distribution and exhibition in Spain, morphing the company into a mini…
The 41st Intl. Critics Week at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival unveiled its line-up of seven features and seven shorts Thursday, and for the second year in a row there was not a U.S. flick in sight.
Michael Fleming: Dish
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