Three South African short films have been tapped for upcoming film festivals in Sao Paulo, Edinburgh and Palm Springs. The films are part of the "Short and Curlies: South Africa" series, co-produced…
There were plenty of new releases overseas last weekend, but most barely caused a ripple, so it was left to the holdovers to sustain business.
Musician Ray Manzarek of the Doors is making his feature directorial debut on "Love Her Madly," an indie pic about the love, madness, obsession and murder surrounding a captivating female drama…
A comment overhead at Outfest after the screening of "The Treaty of Chance": "It's 'The Boys in the Band' for 1999, which is not a good thing." Patrick Mimouni's French-language drama about a group…
Echoing the criticism the Los Angeles Films Critics Assn. fired at the Motion Picture Assn. of America and Warner Bros. last week, 28 members of the New York Film Critics Circle have railed against…
The Children of Chabannes" recounts with verve and honest emotion the story of how a school in a French village of 300 nurtured and ultimately rescued some 400 Jewish refugee children during World…
MSNBC veteran John Seigenthaler has been tapped to take over as anchor of the weekend editions of "NBC Nightly News," the Peacock may announce as early as today.
Vet scripter-helmer Jean-Charles Tacchella is true to the bittersweet tone and playful spirit of his best work in "People Who Love Each Other," a reflective comedy as straightforward and evocative as…
Timothy Kittleson, who spent 18 years at the American Film Marketing Assn., has been named director of UCLA's Film and Television Archive.
Even if Vojtech Jasny weren't one of the fathers of modern Czech cinema, "Gladys," his five-years-in-the-making documentary about psychic New York centenarian Gladys St. John-Colegrove, would still…