An experiment in real-time shooting that ends up looking surprisingly conventional, "Real Fiction" marries dime-novel plotting with modern film-making techniques to so-what effect. Fifth feature of…
Fusing a mixture of influences ranging from "Little Red Riding Hood" to "Psycho" via "The Shining," Mathieu Seiler's sophomore "House of Orgies," a voyeuristic scare-pic about latter-day witchcraft…
The third annual Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is accepting film and video submissions. Event will be held April 27-May 6 in the South Beach district.
A lighthearted and acidly witty take on contempo femmehood, with no particular ax to grind, Judith Colell's feature debut "Women" is surprisingly accomplished, given its complex structure.
Miramax Films and Bruce Davey and Mel Gibson's Icon Prods. have committed to co-finance "The Payback All-Star Review," penned by Alan Sereboff and to be helmed by Belgrade-born director Srdjan…
A first-love story that extends into an examination of sexual confusion among youngsters on the cusp of their 20s, "Plum Blossom" is hardly the soupy melodrama signaled by its exotic English title…
By-the-numbers heartwarmer could do small biz with older auds, although production is better scaled to stay-at-home outlets. "Will & Grace" star Eric McCormack has some younger fans (also of the tube…
In addition to launching an upgraded search function,iFilmpro.com on Friday bowed the SpecMarket, a new service from iFilm's script coverage venture, www.ScriptShark.com.
If ever a filmmaker vaulted from unknown to lionized status on the basis of one film, it was M. Night Shyamalan with "The Sixth Sense," a little-anticipated ghost story that became one of the 10…
Based on a novel that was in turn based on a true story, Argentine Marcelo Pineyro's technically accomplished, '60s-set fourth feature, "Burning Money," is a classy, high-octane thriller combining…
Having just starred opposite John Malkovich in the upcoming "Shadow of the Vampire," Willem Dafoe is in negotiations to replace him to star opposite Tobey Maguire in Columbia Pictures' "Spider-Man."