A Southern California ensembler similar in format to "Short Cuts" and "Magnolia" but quite different in tone, not to mention length, "Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her" marks a promising…
After a three-year absence, Oscar-winning "Shine" star Geoffrey Rush returns to the Australian stage playing a 5-year-old coping with his first week at school in "Small Poppies," a play by David…
Catherine Zeta-Jones (“The Mask of Zorro,” “Entrapment”) is in talks to star in Steven Soderbergh's newest pic, “Traffic.” Pic is in turnaround from Fox 2000, and is being produced by Laura Bickford…
A warm, quietly witty study of the generation gap and the paper-thin wall between two kinds of love, "Secret" is a beautifully played gem that deserves festival play and consideration by quality…
"I don't count on anything in this business," Robert Redford admitted as he reflected upon the ever-accelerating pace of change in the entertainment world. "You have to create your own sense of…
It was a "Beauty" pageant, a "Sopranos" high note, a trip to "Toy" land, a salute to biopics and an evening of gentle mockery at the 57th annual Golden Globes. The kudofest is often cited as an Oscar…
Alan Alda has been named this year's winner of the Valentine Davies Award by the Writers Guild of America West for his contributions to the entertainment industry and the community at large.
It's quiet in Park City, the kind of quiet that comes before a blizzard -- or before a stampede of SUV-driving Hollywood types invade the town for the Sundance Film Festival. With the local forecasts…
Carlos Diegues, helmer-writer of Brazil's official Oscar entry "Orfeu," has chosen to direct and co-pen the comedy "God Was Born in Brazil" as his next project.