The latest convert to the principles of Lars Von Trier's technically austere Dogma 95 manifesto is enfant terrible and "Kids" screenwriter Harmony Korine, who made his directing debut in 1997 with…
Germany's Intertainment and Twentieth Century Fox have signed a 10-year European distribution alliance. The deal calls for a significant number of Intertainment titles to be released in Europe…
As themselves: Woody Allen, Ben Duncan, Nat Hentoff, Douglas McGrath.
Airing opposite the vastly superior new fortysomething-style ensemble "Once and Again" on ABC in the Tuesday-10 p.m. slot ("NYPD Blue" lands there in a couple of months), "Judging Amy" tries awfully…
Spike Jonze's "Being John Malkovich" won the Grand Prix at the 25th Deauville Festival of American Cinema on Sunday night. Michael Polish's "Twin Falls Idaho" nabbed the second-place Jury Prize in a…
"Snow Falling on Cedars" is an impeccably crafted but dramatically dull adaptation of David Guterson's international bestseller. Draped in the heavy, moist atmosphere of its Pacific Northwest…
A clone of "Life Is Beautiful" in superficial terms only, "Jakob the Liar," a seriocomedy about a man who promotes hopeful illusions in a Polish Jewish ghetto during World War II, is a markedly…
"Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" has become the fourth movie in Japanese box office history to top the $100 million mark.
Despite being destined only for specialist events and cultural webs, shortsmaker and storyboard artist Nichola Bruce's first feature, "I Could Read the Sky," is an impressive slice of borderline…