In a sign that Hollywood is outpacing Gotham publishers in the race to acquire content, Sony's Columbia Pictures has paid mid-six figures on "The Rich Part of Life." The first novel by former USA…
Lions Gate Films has beaten out a half-dozen other suitors for the North American theatrical distribution rights to Valerie Breiman's Sundance sex comedy "Love and Sex," starring Famke Janssen and…
Despite intriguing cult trappings, the presence of superstar Mel Gibson and a formidable bunch of musicians on the terrific music track, Wim Wenders' "The Million Dollar Hotel" looms as a tough sell…
As the 50th-anniversary edition of the Berlin Intl. Film Fest kicked off Wednesday night, guests surveying the fest's new digs on Potsdamer Platz pronounced the new facilities more than fit.
An unbeatably colorful life story and wealth of archival materials would have been quite enough to make "The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack" a first-rate docu. Helmer Aiyana Elliott (who directed the…
The sixth annual Avignon/New York Film Festival will roll out two dozen French and American indie films, including the U.S. preem of Cannes official selection "Happy Lives" helmed by Jacques Maillot.
Though in outline it's basically the same I-need-a-man gay date movie we've seen a lot of lately ("Trick," "Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss," "Relax ... It's Just Sex," "Jeffrey"), "Punks" differs in…
The man who took audiences inside the brain of John Malkovich has come up with another offbeat excursion into "Human Nature."
Though its subject has seen scrutiny before, both nonfiction and dramatic, docu "Paragraph 175" easily reps the definitive screen chronicle to date of homosexual persecution under the Third Reich…
Helmer Stephen Herek ("Mr. Holland's Opus") is tuning up for "Metal God" at Warner Bros. He has tapped Timothy Spall ("Topsy Turvy"), Timothy Olyphant ("Go") and Dominic West ("Midsummer Night's…