President Joseph Estrada may have his differences with the Catholic Church regarding the issue of capital punishment, but he has appointed a man of the cloth to head the Appeals Committee of the…
Sony Pictures Classics has paid $1 million for U.S. rights to Chris Smith's docu competition entry "American Movie."
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Deutsche Columbia TriStar Film production GmbH has started production on "Anatomie," the company's first feature film, managing director Andrea Willson announced Tuesday in Munich.
Allen and Albert Hughes make a disappointing documentary debut with "American Pimp," a soft, uncritical exploration of the morally dubious profession. Ignoring issues of race, misogyny and violence…
The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced finalists for the 46th annual Golden Reel Awards for excellence in sound editing in five feature film and special venue categories.
This faux 1940s wartime melodrama comes off like a playful exercise by a critical studies semiotics specialist with a minor in gender politics. No matter how bright many of its ideas may be, however…
Nomination ballots for the Academy Awards must be received by the accounting firm of Pricewaterhouse Coopers no later than 5 p.m. Friday.
Truly experimental in concept and form, "The Loss of Sexual Innocence" is Mike Figgis' most personal and ambitious film, but also his most problematic one. A self-reflective meditation on the fall…
Boutique New York distrib outfit In Pictures has acquired North American rights to Michael H. Wilson's "In Search of Kundun with Martin Scorsese."