A compelling story of love and obsession, "Suzhou River" represents a considerable leap in achievement for mainland Chinese director Lou Ye from his modest first feature, "Weekend Lover." Combining…
Arnold Schwarzenegger will join the Oscar 2000 team of presenters.
A richly embroidered coming-of-ager that doubles as a study of a time when "political commitment" and "personal belief" were not yet dirty words, "Boy's Choir" is an impressive first pic by Japanese…
Fresh from a best director Oscar nomination for "The Insider," Michael Mann's name has surfaced in several high-profile projects as he figures out which feature to do next.
Seemingly made of spare narrative parts from any number of other dysfunctional family/teen violence dramas, "Crime + Punishment in Suburbia" summons up a been-there-seen-that reaction at nearly every…
Zeitgeist Films has picked up domestic rights to Francois Ozon's "Water Drops on Burning Rocks" and Icelandic helmer Hrafn Gunnlauggson's "Witchcraft" at the Berlin Film Festival.
A series of five South African short films, entitled "Short and Curlies," which have won acclaim on the international film festival circuit, will be distributed on the Internet (at www.atomfilms.com)…
The same quirky, offbeat sensibility that defined "Manny & Lo," Lisa Krueger's feature debut, is evident in "Committed," except that what was fresh and entertaining in the 1996 film is now strained…
Terri Jones has been appointed to the new position of director of the British Film Commission.
Jude Law, Oscar nommed for his role in "The Talented Mr. Ripley," has committed to topline "Four Feathers," which like "Ripley" is a Paramount/Miramax co-production.
Diane Lane will co-star with Leelee Sobieski in "The Glass House," the Columbia Pictures drama scripted by Wesley Strick, directed by Daniel Sackheim and produced by Neal Moritz.