On Super Bowl weekend, the box office winner is often in the eye of the beholder. Even the word "winner" should be used loosely during this bleak frame that's widely known as a dumping ground for…
Using deliberately sparse means and a tiny cast within the delightfully crumbling Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Peter Brook has worked a South African tale of adultery and cold consumptive jealousy…
In the wake of the near-arrest of Iranian-born Slamdance filmmaker Farhad Yawari for allegedly handing out flyers for his pic on Park City streets (Daily Variety, Jan. 25), all seemed a bit quieter…
Produced by Ulf Synnerholm. Executive producers, Peter Gustafsson, Peter Volkle.
Given short shrift as a Civil Rights Movement leader during his lifetime ---though he was a key adviser to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. --- Bayard Rustin has been "rehabilitated" of late by gay…
U.S. distribs threw a lot of films into foreign markets last week but only a handful enthused audiences or exhibs, prolonging the B.O. torpor overseas.
Shot in 12 blustery days in New Jersey, "The Simian Line" is an uneven, at times absorbing portrait of four couples struggling to define their relationships. With a big-name cast, pic should have no…
As the Sundance Film Festival wound to a close late Saturday night with the awards ceremony and wrap party at the Park City Racquet Club, Lions Gate Films closed a deal to handle worldwide…
Reviewed at Palm Springs Film Festival, Jan. 14, 2000. Running time: 69 MIN.
Co-producers, Olaf Lubaszenko, Cestmir Kopecky, Cezary Pazura, Martin Sulik.
Marlon Brando is negotiating to co-star with Robert De Niro and Edward Norton in the Frank Oz-directed drama "The Score" for Mandalay Pictures.