Wallis Nicita ("Six Days, Seven Nights") will produce the contempo romance "Cuba and the Night" for Pacifica Entertainment.
Moving back to the theater where it all began and involving two of the original cast, "The Drawer Boy" neatly holds up a window to Canadian theatrical history with an affectionate look back at…
Perhaps "Trance" would be a more appropriate title for this stupefyingly dull , painfully amateurish indie effort. Told from the p.o.v. of a sensitive escapee from a Southwest Florida juvenile…
Comet Film and Stonewood Communications have secured financing for a bigscreen adaptation of Angela Sommer-Bodenburg's children's book "The Little Vampire."
Despite its title, this straight-faced, quietly absurdist comedy about a student and a nurse on the run with stolen loot is far less exuberant than writer-director Shinobu Yaguchi's splendid previous…
The Icelandic Parliament approved legislation Thursday to make the country a more attractive destination for filmmakers by offering reimbursements for the production of domestic and foreign films.
Co-producers, Frank Roumen, Vera Lastuvkova.
The case for leaving beloved older pics unmolested by remaking is bolstered once again by "The Rage: Carrie 2," an update as generic in every aspect as Brian De Palma's original was inventive. Given…
Writer and director Garson Kanin, who successfully commuted between stage and screen and was responsible for such memorable works as "Born Yesterday" and "A Double Life," died Saturday of heart…
Spouting equal parts rhetoric and precious bodily fluids, this borderline explicit skirmish on the Brazilian front of the war of the sexes reps an audacious and stylish directorial debut. Pic sports…
Already unpopular with Australian creatives for slashing film funding and tightening censorship, the conservative federal government is fuming at the censor's decision to allow a theatrical release…