British triple-threat film, TV and stage star Rufus Sewell (“Illuminata,” “Dangerous Beauty”) has signed with UTA for representation in all areas. Sewell will next be seen in Paramount’s “Bless the…
A bunch of pleasure-seeking Westerners have no problem stirring up trouble in an Eastern paradise in "The Beach," a visually resplendent but dramatically uneven adaptation of Alex Garland's engaging…
Narrator: Rupert Everett.
There's nothing fierce about the historical hero at the center of "Ferocious Saint Lord of Gobi," by all accounts the first film from Mongolia to screen in the U.S. Ravjaa was holy leader of the…
Fifteen indie films have been singled out for bidding in what's being billed as the "world's first film auction," to be conducted March 3 in Los Angeles by Gotham-based William Doyle Galleries.
Executive producer, Meileen Choo.
Babies Having Babies" would be the inevitable label stuck on "Our Song" if writer-helmer Jim McKay's second dramatic feature were a trash-talk TV episode. Mercifully, it isn't --- though Jerry…
Equal parts screwball comedy and neo-classic Greek tragedy, "Fallen Arches" is yet another riff on the mob. Helmer Ron Cosentino does a nice job balancing conflicting tones, but in a time of…
DreamWorks has ponied up a mid-six- against high-six-figure sum for "20/20," a futuristic action pitch from scribe Mike Finch.
An Oscar nom for stage thesp Janet McTeer for "Tumbleweeds" could give a commercial leg up to "Songcatcher," another polished, feel-good indie production in which she gets her second screen lead…
With friends like Bee (Eve Matheson) and Chris (Sara Crowe), even enemies are too kind an alternative. That's the abiding problem --- though it's merely one of truckloads --- with "My Best Friend,"…