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…
Produced, directed, written, edited by Mike Hoolboom. Reviewed at San Francisco Film Festival, April 25, 1999. Running time: 71 MIN.
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.
A poetic, ambitious and intelligently crafted film from first-time director Katherine Dieckmann, "A Good Baby" is an affecting portrait of a rural Southern community's reaction to the discovery of an…
NBC plays its true-crime card with "The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer," an engaging mini that boasts strong performances and a tight structure from director William A. Graham. Despite a rushed ending…
At the ever-contracting Disney, exec veepees Nina Jacobson and Todd Garner look poised to take responsibility for the departing Buena Vista Motion Picture Group prexy David Vogel's duties, according…
An uninspired handling of U.S. author Ruth Stiles Gannett's 1945 book, Japanese animated feature provides unobjectionable, if wan, entertainment value for younger children. Vocal redubbing would make…
Now this is the way to launch a festival. After the initial, unfortunate hiccup of the Lyric Theater's "Give Me Your Answer, Do!," the Friel Festival began in earnest last week with the Abbey's…