Veteran character actor Bob Balaban has joined the cast of TriStar Pictures' comedy-drama "Jakob the Liar," starring Robin Williams.
Executive producers, Erichsen, Tom Remlov.
The annual Film Forum of Beaune --- organized by French writers, directors and producers association ARP --- ended here Sunday after three days of relatively subdued debates and amicable discussions.
Daniel Lapaine, best known for his role as the aloof, hunky swimmer in "Muriel's Wedding," has joined the eclectic cast of Miramax's "54."
Adecent but undistinguished suspenser, "Road Ends" gives a solid cast not quite bold enough character and plot definition. Theatrical prospects are weak, though pic should do OK as a broadcast and…
An unusual contempo parable about life choices, "Playing God" is an arresting, if muddled, first feature with plenty of energy and style. Despite its genre trappings, this is highbrow fare with good…
Strangely watchable, even when it's at its most pretentious, "Martha's Garden" is a Central European film noir with a grotesque edge. This slim but stylish yarn about a lonely bachelor in the web of…
This cleverly assembled profile of eccentric Manitoba helmer Guy Maddin manages to explicate his wacky work better than pics like "Tales from the Gimli Hospital," "Careful" and "Archangel" do for…
Asatisfyingly plotted drama set largely in the squalid suburbs of Bogota, "Everything Is Dark" is helmer Ana Diez's second pic after 1988's "Ander and Yul." Grittily uncompromising in its study of…
This bubbly sex comedy has a lot going for it, including attractive, talented leads, mucho nudity and a less-than-reverent view of the Cuban establishment. "Vertical Love," about a female architect…
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