The most impressive Swedish film so far this year, "Waiting for a Tenor" is an intricate and cinematically challenging story of two friends who finally try to come to terms with the events that…
Bale back in ‘Psycho’ analysis Christian Bale, who was left at the altar this spring on “American Psycho” for Lions Gate Films, has suddenly emerged again as the front-runner to play the yuppie…
As Dr. Halyen Breslauer (Maria Del Mar), the no-nonsense director of medicine explains, Mercy Point is "not some low-orbit HMO," but rather a 23rd century medical facility located at the far reaches…
DiResta heads the cast as --- no surprises here --- an amiable Long Island Transit cop with shades of Ralph Kramden, who endures the glamorless, low-paying job to keep his wife and two kids in the…
And Spencer mostly smiles a lot.
New Line Cinema has paid $400,000 against $800,000 for the film rights to "Feng Shui and Charlotte Nightingale," a manuscript written by commercials director Pamela Ferderbar.
(Hindi, English, Spanish and Russian dialogue)
The rather wordy title that Jon Klein has chosen for his play, "Dimly Perceived Threats to the System," refers mostly to the assault facing that venerable, if embattled, institution known as the…
Reaffirming its commitment to producing Australian films, Village Roadshow has pacted with Beyond Films to handle foreign sales of its current and upcoming Aussie pictures.
London-based Winchester Films has picked up three U.S. indie pics for worldwide sale: Nick Searcy's "Paradise Falls," Laurence O'Neill's "Throwing Down" and John Shea's "Southie."
Veteran actor Robert Loggia will co-star with Kim Basinger, Vincent Perez and Eva Marie Saint in "I Dreamed of Africa" for director Hugh Hudson and Columbia Pictures.