This revelatory four-hour version of Erich von Stroheim's "Greed" represents a triumph of film restoration.
There is great farcical potential in the idea of a smalltown shrink who not only knows everybody's most intimate problems but also tells everyone else about them, but "Mumford" scarcely begins to…
Alliance Atlantis Communications has pacted with two of Canada's best-known arthouse helmers, John Greyson ("Lilies") and Anne Wheeler ("Better Than Chocolate"), for new pics this fall.
Pressing still-sensitive buttons on home turf and throughout the world, "After the Truth" is a slickly lensed, atmospheric courtroom drama with a cheeky premise: What if Josef Mengele, Auschwitz's…
EYES OF THE SPIDER
An acerbic, darkly comic critique of how social conventions can lead people into false, sterile and emotionally stunted lives, "American Beauty" is a real American original.
Warner Bros. is fast-tracking the hostage drama "Proof of Life" for a Christmas 2000 release and has tapped Taylor Hackford to direct.
As themselves: Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, Arnold Steinhardt, Mark O'Connor, Michael Tree, Charles Veal Jr., Karen Briggs, Sandra Park, Diane Monroe, Jonathan Feldman.
Likely to create almost as much scandal and notoriety as Nagisa Oshima's "In the Realm of the Senses" did 23 years ago, Jan Sun Woo's "Lies" is an amazingly candid and explicit adaptation of Jang…
MGM Studios has snatched up scribe Danny Voll's pitch, "Purgatory," for producer David Hoberman, whose Hyde Park Prods. has a first-look deal with the studio.