The British theater's adventurous trawl through the Tennessee Williams repertoire gets derailed (only momentarily, let us hope) with the arrival in London of "Baby Doll,"a stage version of Williams'…
The fact that the hair-raising career of deposed Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega surpassed even the surreal creations of many Latin American novelists, thus making him a natural movie subject, has…
The Santa Barbara Film Festival concluded its 15th edition Sunday with the presentation of awards to an array of pictures.
I wish life had a rewind button," we are told early on in "Gone to L.A.," actress-turned-writer Lolly Susi's first play. But it's not the fault of Susi --- an expatriate American resident for some 21…
After the recent Broadway failures of "Voices in the Dark" and "Wait Until Dark," audiences might consider the thriller genre as dead as the corpses populating "Scream 3." Along with sex comedies and…
Executive producers, Lea Ybarra, Manuel Monterrey.
An entertaining, if rather effortful, lunge at creating the feel-good youth suicide-pact buddy caper of this or any other year, "New Year's Day" finds Brit director Suri Krishnamma doing an…
New Line Cinema has purchased screen rights to Brit novelist Geoff Nicholson's "Then" for an undisclosed sum.
Narrator: Randy Quaid.
There's some of the same gentle, meditative feel to "The Crossing" as there was in Yoichi Higashi's previous "Village of Dreams," though the new pic lacks the studied rural beauty and period setting…
Produced, directed by Jean-Marie Teno. Camera (color), Teno, Moussa Diakite; editor, Christiane Badgley; music, Ben's Belinga. Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (Panorama), Feb. 12, 2000. Original…