An amiably silly free-for-all farce more reminiscent of low-budget '60s whimsies (e.g., John Korty's "Crazy Quilt" and "Funnyman") than most contempo indie comedies, "Starving Artists" feels a little…
Coming off glowing reviews for his role in Bill Condon's "Gods and Monsters," Brendan Fraser is close to a deal to star in the supernatural adventure "Monkey Bone," for Fox Animation Studios.
A labor of love shot and completed over seven years' time, "Ninth Street" is an earnest effort that's compromised by inexperienced direction and nonexistent production values.
DreamWorks will reissue Steven Spielberg's critically acclaimed World War II pic, "Saving Private Ryan," nationwide on Feb. 5.
Whenever Nancy Wilson -- who, with older sister Ann, fronts the Seattle rock band Heart -- has taken the stage over the last two decades, it's always been, as she recalled Wednesday at the hushed…
Hot off the critically acclaimed "Elizabeth," Indian director Shekhar Kapur has made a deal with Warner Bros. and Bel Air Entertainment to make "Steinbeck's Point of View" his next directing…
Paramount and MTV Films' high school football comedy "Varsity Blues" broke through a crowded field to lead the league with a projected $14.3 million for the first three days of the four-day Martin…
An "electrical life form" generates low-voltage suspense in "Virus," a derivative sci-fi shocker that isn't likely to spark much interest beyond its target audience of undemanding genre fans…
UCLA's Film and Television Archive will screen two films, the Academy Award-nominated "Colors Straight Up" as well as "John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk," as part of the school's…
Brussels opens its fourth competitive film fest Wednesday with a new, improved location and a top-notch guest of honor -- revered Polish helmer Andrej Wajda -- whose presence will do much to lend the…
The government of Iceland has agreed to nearly triple its public funding to film production.