A young Greek-American man's difficulty in catching a piece of the American dream is unexcitingly dramatized in "Astoria," a muted coming-of-age piece that more often reflects rusty movie conventions…
"Tarantino Closes Cannes": French magazine Premiere posted that headline Friday afternoon on its Web site -- but could it be believed?
A valentine to New York's racial, religious and cultural diversity, "Keeping the Faith," actor Edward Norton's well-shot feature directorial debut, is a schematically constructed romantic comedy…
Three months after it started, the high-profile lawsuit pursued by producer Alberto Grimaldi and his Gotham-based P.E.A. Films against AMG, Michael Ovitz, the Walt Disney Co., Universal, Initial…
ArtistDirect strives to be the one-stop portal of online music portals: a place where you can shop for CDs and clothes emblazoned with the name of a favorite musician, chat with people about what's…
Ice Cube will expand his repertoire to become a sci-fi action hero in Screen Gems' "John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars," in which he has signed on for a lead role. Production is set for a June start.
In her last play, the American kitchen-sink drama "Refuge," Jessica Goldberg took a slight story about three young siblings abandoned by their parents and infused it with the flesh-and-blood feeling…
The uneasy rapport between North and South as well as the divisions between classes and generations have often been central themes in Italian films. Director Mimmo Calopresti brings delicacy and…
Twentieth Century Fox has brought on Arnold and Anne Kopelson to produce an Adrian Lyne-directed film based on the 1969 French picture "La Femme Infidele."