Reviewed at AFI/L.A. Film Festival (Documentary Series), Hollywood, Oct. 28 , 1999. Running time: 72 MIN.
John Malone's pay TV network Starz will get a rare exclusive seven-run window on the Ralph Fiennes starrer "Onegin" before it goes into general release in U.S. theaters.
Reviewed at Sarajevo Film Festival (New Currents) Aug. 21, 1999. Running time: 48 MIN.
Taiwanese director Chang Tso-chi was the toast of the 12th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival as his movie about a university coed returning to her hometown for summer vacation called "Darkness and Light"…
Reviewed at Boston Film Festival, Sept. 13, 1999. Running time: 78 MIN.
It must be television. A major earthquake shakes Gotham to its skivvies, burying entire boroughs under rubble. The stench of death is everywhere. Under normal circumstances, panic-stricken people…
Screenplay, James Dunnison, Rebecca Dunnison. Camera (color, Beta-sp video) , William Morrison; music, Justin Deneau; production designer, Jordan Estal, Sarah Wilson; costume designer, Shannon…
Endangered Species Pictures, the urban specialty arm of HSI-Tomorrow Films, has optioned the Jean Claude LaMarre-penned "Stoop."
Reviewed at AFI screening room, L.A., Oct. 13, 1999. (In AFI/L.A. Film Festival --- New Directions.) Running time: 81 MIN.
A deaf man faces the mistakes of his past in this Czech drama whose goal is to benefit the hearing-impaired through any proceeds netted. More a psychological exploration than a narrative, pic suffers…
Zesty indie comedy from Rhode Island is a winner, with ethnic humor easily mixing with universal truths about dealing with families. With its ensemble cast peppered with recognizable thesps, "A Wake…