The American Cinema Foundation has awarded its E Pluribus Unum film honor to Universal's "October Sky."
Set in 1902, a crucial time in the history of the city then called Peking, when there was strong opposition to Western influence, "Shadow Magic" is a mildly engaging yarn about the exciting but…
While most attendees at this weekend's big location filming confab were singing "Oh, Canada" -- in several different keys -- several other territories pointed to major gains in 1999.
A "Visit to a Small Planet" with nothing but sex on the brain, "What Planet Are You From?" is a dirty-middle-aged-man's comedy that suggests Garry Shandling is headed for a screen career more closely…
The Directors Guild of America has announced six nominees for directorial achievement in documentaries, with every honoree a first-time selection.
The Bruce Willis mob-edy about a hit man mixing with hoi polloi is the perfect symbol of a profitable yet sleepy 2000. With a studio-estimated $9.6 million, the Franchise Pictures co-production…
Organizers of the Cannes Film Festival reacted angrily Wednesday to a French press report suggesting that France's troubled film industry will be the subject of a debate on the eve of the festival.
Imagine a '30s screwball comedy played to a sensuous Brazilian beat and you're ready for "Bossa Nova," a delightfully amusing romantic roundelay.