You can take the boys out of TV, but you can't take TV out of the boys -- in the case of "Mystery, Alaska," co-writers and tube vets David E. Kelley and Sean O'Byrne. Curiously mild and underwhelming…
Twentieth Century Fox has tapped Michael Di Jiacomo to pen the adaptation of "The Light Princess," based on the fairy tale by George Macdonald.
Though this is very much an English rather than a Russian "Onegin," the heart of Pushkin's celebrated classic pumps firm and full in debuting director Martha Fiennes' richly textured pic version…
Francis Ford Coppola's film banner American Zoetrope has launched a DVD production lab, and one of its first releases will be the digital edition of "Apocalypse Now" for Paramount Home Video.
Two young lovers drift into trouble in "The Learning Curve," a poorly conceived first feature from writer-helmer Eric Schwab, who's been second unit director on Brian De Palma's films of the last…
While the title may suggest an old, poorly dubbed martial arts movie, "Goat on Fire & Smiling Fish" proves a fresh, ingratiating, ultra-low-budget American indie comedy. Concerned with the bonds of…
Marketplace competition posed no peril to Paramount's "Double Jeopardy," which handily led the weekend box office with an estimated $23.7 million. The frame also saw excellent results for DreamWorks'…
The same 10 Stanford University students that filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine traced through the tumult of freshman year in 1993's "Frosh: Nine Months in a Freshman Dorm" get a senior…
Celebrating the work of student films produced in class workshops or as independent projects, the USC School of Cinema-Television will hold its annual October First Look Festival Oct. 4 -7 at the DGA.
First out of the docu traps following his death in March, "The Last Movie: Stanley Kubrick & 'Eyes Wide Shut'" will be a major turn-on for buffs obsessed with the legendary helmer's secrecy, but…