Busy giving gypsies a bad name are the titular characters in "Gypsy Boys," who resemble Romany persons only in their wandering ways -- albeit from bed to bed, rather than country to country. "Slutty…
Tim C. Warner, prexy of the Cinemark Intl. theater chain, will be honored in March as ShoWest 2000's Intl. Exhibitor of the Year, confab organizers announced Monday.
In what may be the biggest rewrite deal of the new year, Columbia Pictures has plunked down $1.3 million for prolific scribe Scott Rosenberg to rewrite ... himself.
Finally some good news for less-than-critically-praised pics such as "Body Shots," "Baby Geniuses" and "Lake Placid": They're among the 244 releases in 1999 deemed eligible for the best picture Oscar.
George Clooney has closed a deal to reprise Frank Sinatra's role as Danny Ocean in "Ocean's 11," with Steven Soderbergh set to direct the Warner Bros. pic.
Helmer Edward Berger has been in flux between his native Germany and New York for almost a decade now, but it was a move back to Berlin that gave him his first shot at a feature. After having studied…
Adapting novels into film is pretty close to a sucker's bet. There's never enough screen time to do a novel justice -- even a three-hour film is hard-pressed to pack in all the events of a midsize…
While local films stole much of the thunder in France, Italy and Spain, several American films reached or neared significant milestones at the overseas box office.
The following dossier includes information on all 47 submissions for the foreign-language film Oscar.
“Tsatsiki” is a rarity — a film aimed at kids but equally loved by adults. One of last year’s biggest local hits, Swedish film critics voted it best Swedish film of 1999. “My only problem now is how…
The Limerick streets of Frank McCourt's Pulitzer Prize-winning memoir of growing up poor in Ireland, "Angela's Ashes," no longer exist. So, after months and millions of dollars of painstaking…