Korea's movie industry comes in for some light joshing in "Killer Story," an entertaining look at a blocked movie director forced to shoot a picture with an over-the-hill bimbo actress that's…
Cinema operators in Spain and France proclaimed last week one of the best of the year, while elsewhere exhibs lamented the sub-par performances of some anticipated films.
A well-traveled fest item since it began its career in Cannes' Certain Regard sidebar this year, Hong Sang-soo's "The Power of Kangwon Province" is an altogether more assured outing than his debut…
One of the hottest tickets at its Pusan festival world preem, thanks to an advance rep for verbal and visual raunch, "Girls' Night Out" skillfully avoids being simply a Korean stab at the…
The Prague Indies fest, which just finished its second edition, has been named as the Czech coordinator for the Sundance Festival's East European screenwriters lab.
With 59 minutes added to the original release version's 160-minute running time, the director's cut of Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Last Emperor" surprises mainly in showing how little difference an…
Fast, funny and inventive, "Free Enterprise" might be described as "Swingers" meets "Trekkies." The story of two aspiring filmmakers whose chance meeting with their TV idol forces a process of…
United Artists has emerged from its recent hibernation and picked up John Rice and Joe Batteer's WWII action/drama pitch "Windtalkers" to develop as a directing vehicle for John Woo.
Tilda Swinton is set to play the second lead alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in "The Beach," which Danny Boyle will direct for Fox.
"The Powder Keg," Yugoslavian filmmaker Goran Paskaljevic's interwoven tale of lives impacted by political turmoil in 1995, has been singled out for the 1998 European Critics' Award. Selected by a…
The neon lights of the Las Vegas Strip will greet Hollywood's stars for a second time when the CineVegas Film Festival unspools Dec. 10-13 at Bally's hotel and casino.