A romantic comedy from debuting helmer-writer Hilde Heir, "The Prompter" uses the metaphors of small, confined spaces and life as pale opera to define the inhibited world of its heroine, a music…
The first images in "Nadia and the Hippos" are, fittingly, of giant traffic jams in Paris caused by a transportation strike; in many ways, watching this Gallic pic is akin to being stuck in…
Paris-based Pandora Cinema has acquired all rights to "Fade to Black," scripted by John Sayles and to be directed by Oliver Parker.
The Death of Papa," the final play in Horton Foote's nine-play "Orphans' Home Cycle," has been revised for this new Hartford Stage Co. production, the second following its premiere in 1997 at the…
Executive producer, Bolzli.
A solid, well-made thriller about Serbian terrorists who take over the U.S. embassy in Bucharest without realizing there's an atom bomb in the basement, "Enemy of My Enemy" successfully walks the…
Enjoying its third and final weekend with young North American moviegoers virtually all to itself, "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" raked in an estimated $32.2 million, bringing its cume…
Requiems (of both the Mozart and Faure varieties) figure prominently in the aural landscape of "The Death of Cool," Alan Pollock's wonderfully titled, well, requiem for a certain sort of social…
(Hokkien and Mandarin dialogue)