Produced, directed, written by Stu Pollard. Reviewed at Gothenburg Film Festival, Feb. 6, 1999. Running time: 89 MIN.
"Elizabeth" producer Alison Owen has hooked up with DreamWorks to acquire Deborah Moggach's upcoming novel "Tulip Fever," and is poised to sign a first-look deal with the studio.
Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (Forum), Feb. 11, 1999. German and Turkish dialogue. Running time: 72 MIN.
Heading into Academy Awards weekend, "Saving Private Ryan" crawled to $254.1 million overseas while fellow best pic contenders "Life Is Beautiful" climbed to $94.9 million (including Italy's $40…
"The Norm Show" is one of those comedies where the grown-ups suffer from arrested development --- their maturity having ground to a halt at roughly age 12 --- and everyone orbiting around the lead…
Morgan Freeman presides as an exec producer over this quality docudrama detailing a still-festering wound from World War II. Yet as passionate and well constructed as "Mutiny" is, it ultimately…
FROM THE 71ST ACADEMY AWARDS Dame Judi Dench, who is in year two of playing a queen after 1997's "Mrs. Brown," was shocked by her supporting actress win for the role of Queen Elizabeth -- a part that…
Executive producer, Alex Law.
"Gods and Monsters," the dramatic story of "Frankenstein" director James Whale's twilight years and mysterious death, was named best film Saturday at the 14th Independent Spirit Awards.
Produced by Hanne Skjodt. Executive producer, Thomas Stenderup.