"The Intruder" is a "Gaslight" for the '90s, with a jaunt along the space-time continuum thrown in for good measure. Director David Bailey, the vet photog, keeps viewers guessing throughout pic's…
Musical Numbers: "What a Child!," "The Red Coat," "Why Can't You Love Me As I Am?," "Where Is Mozart?," "No One Loves You the Way I Do," "Ah, That Miss Mozart!," "Wrap Your Heart in Iron," "An Honest…
Co-executive producers, Vivian Jang, Heinz Kluetmeier, David Anthony.
Grafting a media satire to the hot-button issue of civilian complicity with the internal security police of Romanian strongman Nicolae Ceaucescu, "Face to Face" has a savvy feel for the deleterious…
For the fourth consecutive year, Louis J. Horvitz will direct the Oscar telecast, this time under producers Richard D. Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck. Kudocast takes place March 26.
Berlin-based American filmmaker Nora Hoppe's "The Crossing" is a melancholy reflection in five acts on exile, redemption and making peace with the past. The film feels a little mannered in its…
Hamburg stage and tube vet Christian Redl, now splitting his time between menacing heavies and quirky character creampuffs, excels at the latter with "Federmann," the cumulatively pleasing tale of a…
Fear and laughter dominated an otherwise workmanlike frame in last week's overseas box office, which saw some haze among the star premiere turns and glowing holdovers.
German filmmaker Veit Helmer, who gained a reputation with several imaginative, award-winning shorts, makes a visually impressive but unsatisfying move into features with the eccentric adult fairy…
Of interest due to relative scarcity of product from Ecuador, this trio of tidy, if somewhat predictable, tales of contempo life is tinged with an air of the fantastic. Exposure is likely at thematic…
The 11th annual Boston Jewish Film Festival will unspool Nov. 4-14, undelayed by the fire which destroyed the festival's office last February.