A gentle comedy of manners wrapped around an offbeat love story, "Across a Gold Prairie" is too delicate to survive long outside the festival circuit but has a small-scale charm that reveals…
Palme D'Or-winning Chinese director Chen Kaige ("Farewell My Concubine") is teaming up with star Heather Graham to make his English-language helming debut on the erotic thriller "Killing Me Softly."
The Captain's Daughter" is a good old-fashioned period epic composed of equal parts star-crossed lovers, complex intrigues, heated battles and, of course, the Russian winter. Though unfortunately not…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Neil Jordan is set to write and direct "Lucrezia," a historical tale centering on the powerful and nefarious Borgia family of Renaissance Italy, for ImageMovers and DreamWorks.
On the heels of a successful studio launch in Toronto, Johnson-Burnett Studios has expanded globally, announcing additions of commercial production houses in Oz and South Africa. Studios will serve…
A new teacher takes the class dunce under his wing in "The Canary Yellow Bicycle," a potentially didactic tale that succeeds in being resolutely human thanks to unaffected direction and sensitive…
Stuart Snyder has left his post as president of USA Home Entertainment after seven months on the job.
Italians not content to wait until next season, when the discoveries of the 53rd Cannes Film Festival open in national theaters, can get an early taste of what the event had to offer next month, when…
A couple of characterless comedies, particularly last year's borderline-inept "Nothing in the Fridge," gave little warning of the pleasures of youngish helmer Alvaro Fernandez Armero's first…
Beth Cohen-Kirsch has been named executive director of the Tribeca Film Center. She will oversee sales and marketing for the facility, the screening room and Web site. Cohen-Kirsch, a vet of the…
Gotham-based Lot 47 Films has acquired North American rights to the Cannes competition film "Chunhyang" from Korean director Im Kwon Taek.