Perception is the key to Sergei Loznitsa's wordless B&W film-essay, which gradually envelops the viewer in the day-to-day activities of a rural mental institution in Russia. Cameraman Pavel…
Another in the seemingly endless string of DV-shot sagas involving drug use and doomed love among fashionably dissolute young and urban decay, "Angel Exit" is a dead end.
A divorced and harried computer programmer drags his boy back to nature with predictable results in "Out of the City," amiable fourth feature from writer-director Tomas Vorel and onscreen alter ego…
Firemen aren't the only folks having a ball in "Battle for Life," a cheerfully surreal yet endearingly funny stroll through a year in the life of a remote mountain village. Too resolutely eccentric…
"Apes" slipped on a banana peel tossed by Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. New Line's "Rush Hour 2," which reteamed the duo as pan-Pacific cops prone to chopsocky and slapstick, rode the diamond lane to…
In a deal valued at mid-six against high-six figures, author Karen Essex will adapt her own two-part novel, "Kleopatra," for Warner Bros. Pictures-based producer Adam Schroeder.
The Aussie government will move to clear up the confusion after tax officers refused to grant "Moulin Rouge" investors a tax break under the so-called 10B plan that has attracted foreign filmmakers…
Harold Becker has been tapped to direct "The Lady Killer," for New Legend Media to produce.
Ted Demme ("Blow") has been tapped to helm suspenser "Nautica" for David Alper, Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch's Escape Artists.
Universal Pictures is getting a bizarre Internet boost for "American Pie 2," the sequel to its 1999 hit film, which bows in theaters next weekend.
Hoping to revive the flesh-eating zombie as a film staple, Beacon Communications will remake the George Romero horror classic "Dawn of the Dead," with "Scooby-Doo" scribe James Gunn writing the…