Initially intriguing but ultimately condescending, "Goreville, U.S.A." seems at first to be about the citizens of an Illinois backwater (the only town in the U.S. to pass an ordinance requiring at…
Telefilm Canada will sponsor "New Voices: Canada," a sidebar showcasing five new Canadian feature films at the Independent Feature Film Market, which runs from Sept. 18-25 at the Angelika Film Center…
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Accepting the inevitable, Lions Gate Films has taken a knife to "American Psycho" and slashed it back to a modest indie production while bringing back original director Mary Harron.
Sam Raimi's "A Simple Plan," Richard LaGravenese's "Living Out Loud" and Gary Ross' "Pleasantville" will receive world premiere gala presentations at the 23rd Toronto Intl. Film Festival, Sept. 10-19.
Brazilian director Walter Salles' "Central Station," which won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear award earlier this year, has been chosen to open the 46th San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival's…
Nearly four dozen features and 27 shorts are on the schedule for the 14th edition of the Boston Film Festival.
Against a backgroup of studio production cutbacks in favor of outside financing deals, Walt Disney Studios, too, has set up such an arrangement.
Blue Sky/VIFX, the bicoastal special effects house, has been tapped to do animation and effects work for Fox 2000's "Fight Club," directed by David Fincher and starring Brad Pitt, Helena Bonham…
Mainland Chinese cinema takes a major step forward with "Mr. Zhao," a trenchantly observed study of a habitual womanizer that's shot through with a delicious sense of irony and genuine warmth for its…
Adding to the already hefty number of studio features at the 55th Venice Intl. Film Festival, director John Frankenheimer's action-adventure thriller "Ronin," about an international group of secret…