Enjoying a greenlight on its first feature production with the Mafioso comedy "The Crew," Sonnenfeld/Josephson Worldwide Entertainment has reshuffled its ranks with the exit of Caroline Andoscia and…
Produced, directed, written, edited by Mike Hoolboom. Reviewed at San Francisco Film Festival, April 25, 1999. Running time: 71 MIN.
Peter Guber's Mandalay Media Arts, which recently wrapped production on the 3-D large-format film "Galapagos" for the Smithsonian Institution, is putting its faith in the giant screen industry and…
Reviewed at San Francisco Film Festival, April 28, 1999. Running time: 63 MIN.
AKafkaesque fantasy warmed by loopy humor and a luminous lead perf, tyro feature helmer Andrey Slabakov's "Wagner" delights for some time --- though this seriocomic whimsy goes on too long and ends…
John Turturro has signed on to play the lead role in Canadian helmer Arto Paragamian's sophomore feature, "Two Thousand and None," which began lensing in Montreal last week.
Talks of transforming the industrial wasteland known as the Brooklyn Navy Yards into 12 state-of-the-art soundstages resurfaced this week when Mayor Rudy Giuliani met with Robert De Niro and Harvey…
Despite the strong word of mouth on its upcoming teen comedy "American Pie," Universal Pictures has decided to partner on the $11 million pic with Summit Entertainment and Newmarket Capital Group.
Shane West and Marla Sokoloff will star in Phoenix Pictures and Sony's "I'll Be You." The pic continues the current trend of adapting classics, in this case "Cyrano de Bergerac," for teen thesps and…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' board of governors has voted to bestow a Medal of Commendation upon the George Eastman House in recognition of the photographic museum's work in motion…