Motherhood sure isn't what it used to be. There are four moms among five characters in Cheryl L. West's "Jar the Floor," a new(-ish) play at the Second Stage Theater, but nobody's baking any cookies.
In the wake of the heated debate over the Motion Picture Assn. of America's ratings and Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut," Trimark Pictures has elected to distribute Catherine Breillat's erotic film…
Blackwatch Releasing has entered into an output deal with Trimark Pictures under which it will own exclusive Canadian rights to Trimark's homevideo and TV properties.
Heading into its 56th edition, the world's oldest film festival this year has a new director with a new agenda. Gone are the days of tired auteurs mechanically trotted out regardless of the merits of…
Natalie Wood will be the subject of an extensive retrospective at the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles from Sept. 2-12.
A group of world-class cinematographers that includes Vittorio Storaro, Robby Muller, Carlo Di Palma, Dean Cundey and John Bailey will address the challenges of digital filmmaking and digital…
Leading German thesp Klaus Maria Brandauer is set to star as Vladimir I. Lenin in "Belief, Hope and Blood," a Russian-Finnish co-production tackling the private life of the communist leader and…
When film critic and former Turin Intl. Young Film Festival director Alberto Barbera was handed the reins of the venerable Venice fest late last year for a four-year term, the film community voiced…
Russian auds are as keen on mainstream Hollywood fare as ever, despite predictions that tastes here were looking inward.
If Jerry Lewis' comedy has not withstood the test of time, then how does one explain the current slapstick, idiot-savant antics of Jim Carrey, Mike Myers and Adam Sandler, probably the three hottest…