When a rebellious hothead meets a young woman in hot pants, the results are classic yet unpredictable in "Last Stop Paradise." With this scathing, ultimately touching portrait of l'amour fou at odds…
Summit Entertainment has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the library of German filmmaker Wim Wenders, which includes the helmer's award-winning pics "Paris, Texas" and "Wings of Desire" and…
Afeature debut that packs a knockout punch, the Australian "Praise" is a surprise for both its potent content and technical skill. The story of young down-and-outers is unsparing in detail, yet…
The second part of trilogy on contemporary Israeli cities, Amos Gitai's "Day After Day" is a moving family drama set in the port of Haifa as seen through the lives of a Jewish-Arab clan. Simply told…
Cole Sprouse, Jon Stewart, Leslie Mann, Josh Mostel and Rob Schneider have joined the cast of Columbia Pictures' comedy "Guy Gets Kid."
Somewhere in Central Europe in summer 1941, the inhabitants of an isolated shtetl take the initiative to deport themselves --- before the Nazis get a chance --- in "Train of Life."
A slight, occasionally embarrassing indie with a decidedly Hollywood spin, "Just Write" (which won the prize for best film at the 1997 Santa Barbara Film Festival) nonetheless provides some guilty…
Craig Ross Jr. won the director's award and Tamrika Lamison took screenwriting honors at the 1998 Gordon Parks Independent Film Awards, handed out during last week's Independent Feature Film Market.
After a six-year absence, Fernando E. Solanas ("The Hour of the Furnaces," "South") returns with an ambitious, visually impressive pic about an ailing theater company and a bunch of underemployed…