A quietly piercing tale of adultery set in 1962, "A Bridge Between Two Shores" shines as a potential weepie with all the weepiness stripped away. Deftly played ode to practiced loyalty and provincial…
Silent film star Mary Pickford will be the subject of a photo exhibition at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, opening May 22.
Comic sparks fly in "Le Derriere" when a young horsewoman raised in the French countryside locates her missing father and ends up posing as an effeminate gay man to capture his attention. Performing…
Robert Loggia joins David Duchovny, Minnie Driver, Carol O’Conner and Jim Belushi in MGM’s romantic drama “Return to Me,” directed by Bonnie Hunt. Pic is about a widower (Duchovny) whose wife’s heart…
To outsiders it sounds incredibly arcane: the life of Juliette de Bairacli Levy, an herbalist who specializes in holistic veterinary medicine. But tightly told story will be a plus on the fest…
Reteaming with the studio behind her latest outing, "Ravenous," Antonia Bird has struck a deal with Fox 2000 to develop "Noel" as possibly the helmer's next directorial gig.
The devil doesn't get enough of his due in the would-be horror romp "Idle Hands," which will be most remembered as the 1999 movie that tried and failed to push Devon Sawa to the front of the…
Warner Bros.' 4-week-old sci-fi actioner "The Matrix" found itself back on top over the weekend, collecting an estimated $12.9 million, off just 21% from the previous frame.
About this time last year, the Smashing Pumpkins looked like a band without much of a future, having lost a key original member and seeing sales of their mellow, new-direction "Adore" album fall…
Detroit's African-American hairstylists show off their particular verve in "Hot Irons," a quick documentary that, while not deep, is fun eye candy. Filmmaker Andrew Dosunmu's busy style and camera…
Columbia U.'s School of the Arts Graduate Film Division has announced the winners of its Polo Ralph Lauren New Works Festival.