There is nothing particularly inventive about "Down to You," but the latest addition to the teen-pic boom has all the elements in place to please its target demo and leave most everyone else…
(International sales: Filmfabriken, Stockholm.) Produced by Castro Khatib.
Screenplay, David Ambrose. Camera (color), Luciano Tovoli; editor, Claudio Cutri; music, Luis Bacalov; production designer, Franco Velchi. Reviewed at World Film Festival, Montreal (World Cinema)…
Unlike its major studio rivals, Miramax doesn't salivate every Memorial Day or ask Santa annually for boffo Christmas B.O. Instead, the minimajor picks its commercial spots, often succeeding at times…
A valentine to the cultural diversity that defines Los Angeles as a new kind of city, Gurinder Chadha's "What's Cooking?" is a broad, highly accessible comedy that juxtaposes four dynamic families -…
The absorbing "Aprilkinder" reps an impressive feature debut for writer-director Yuksel Yavuz. Lean, slow-to-boil drama about a Kurdish family uneasily transplanted from Turkey to Hamburg…
Executive in charge of production, Patrick Tong.
A slew of Oscar hopefuls began their overseas campaigns last week with decidedly mixed results while most of the B.O. action was centered around "The World Is Not Enough" and "The Sixth Sense" as biz…
An observant evocation of New York's literary and bohemian world of more than a half-century ago, "Joe Gould's Secret" remains sympathetically engaging even as it sporadically stumbles on its journey…
Produced by Charles Gassot. Executive producers, Jacques Hinstin, Alain Steffen.