The Intl. Cinematographers Guild, in announcing the winners of its annual Short Film Showcase competish, knows that big things come in small packages.
Elodie Bouchez, who won a best actress award at Cannes last year for her role in the French drama "The Dreamlife of Angels," will make her U.S. feature debut in the indie production "Shooting…
Awash in memorable characters winningly portrayed, "Children of the Marshland" is an utterly satisfying, old-fashioned tale of simple pleasures, good manners and strong allegiances told with a sure…
A film with the unenviable task of transforming David Spade from wiseacre-in-the-corner to leading man, "Lost & Found" tumbles off the sick-but-sweet balance beam "There's Something About Mary"…
"Life" was just a bowl of cherries for Universal and Imagine Entertainment over the weekend as their Eddie Murphy-Martin Lawrence buddy comedy reaped an estimated $20.7 million.
Veteran helmer Maurizio Ponzi, after backpedaling into a series of weak farces and satires in recent years, changes pace with the bizarrely titled "Besame Mucho," a social drama without much drama…
Jacques Doillon --- whose talent for capturing perfectly natural perfs from children is a matter of record in "Ponette" and other films --- trains his docu-style camera on a 13-year-old girl and her…
Ecosse Films, producer of "Mrs. Brown," has struck a deal with FilmFour to develop a feature film based on Sebastian Faulks' bestselling novel "Charlotte Gray."
"Babel" is a muddle. Confusing mix is not helped by classic co-production woes, with some thesps speaking in heavy French accents, others sounding like Canucks and one lead role dubbed into English…
A docu on film preservation, "Keepers of the Frame" treads similar ground to last year's "Race to Save 100 Years." Whereas that film was wistful in its outlook, new pic takes a more scientific…