R “Chaos Factor” (PM Entertainment Group); for violence and some language. “Fifteen Minutes” (New Line); for strong violence, language and some sexuality. “Invisible Circus” (New Line); for…
Starting next week, North American exhibs will screen a trailer touting the March 26 Oscarcast, to whet the appetite of holiday filmgoers.
Jean Gabin was voted actor of the century, ahead of Charlie Chaplin, in a French opinion poll Wednesday.
If the malls seem crowded, consider the glut at the multiplex. During the Christmas period, from Tuesday through Sunday, distribs are sending nine debuts and three expansions down the B.O. chimney.
A unique "continuation" of an animated classic that was released 59 years ago, "Fantasia/2000" has been strategically positioned to become the first film released Stateside in the millennium that has…
"Trans," the feature debut from writer-director Julian Goldberger that won a Jury Prize at the 1999 Berlin Film Festival, will have its world premiere on the Sundance Channel, the cable network…
"Harry Potter," "A.I." or "Minority Report"? It's the end of the year and although Steven Spielberg is already safely ensconced in the Hamptons for the holidays, he's inching ever closer to a…
The official signing late Tuesday of Kevin Costner to star in Franchise Pictures' actioner "3000 Miles to Graceland" underscores a remarkably active year for the company's majority owner -- producer…
The government's Censor Board will decide next Wednesday whether to allow 20th Century Fox to distribute "Anna and the King" in Thailand.
Salma Hayek has inked to star in the comedy "La Gran Vida" (The Great Life), a low-budget pic from fledgling Spanish production outfit BesoBeso Prods.
Robert Bresson, the master director once described by fellow filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard as the Dostoevsky of French cinema, has died in Paris. He was 98.