Third installment in the '90s revival of the original seven-title 1965-71 series starring the titular giant jet-propelled flying turtle is somewhat more elaborate than its predecessors but delivers…
This film would become "A propos de Nice," and if anything like the riot depicted here actually took place at its premiere in 1930, one has no idea why, on the basis of the brief glimpses of the…
Writer-director Nick Cassavetes has committed to next direct his adaptation of Tim O'Brien's acclaimed novel "Going After Cacciato."
Christina Andreef, assistant to Jane Campion on "Sweetie" and "The Piano" and the maker of several prize-winning short films that have had successful screenings at festivals, has made a mostly…
Ken Loach's working-class drama "My Name Is Joe" topped the audience-voted awards at the 46th Sydney Film Festival last week.
Intriguingly modern in look and idiom, "Fallen Angels' Paradise" convincingly depicts Cairo's upper and lower depths in the surrealistic story of a man who refuses to die. Finely lensed and acted…
Made in 1995 (with the English title "Trouble With Nango") but only now receiving its international market preem, "Trouble-Shooters" is a flawed but fascinating offbeat crime drama that's helmer…
At the 5th annual Temecula Valley international film festival, John Hurt's "The Climb" won the audience choice award for best feature film, and Kurt Kuenne's "Scrapbook" earned the jury award.
In "S.," a punky young bisexual woman goes on the rampage, unloading her handgun into various (mostly male) pervs and scumbags who presumably deserve it. But this ain't no "Ms. 45," let alone "Taxi…
The Motion Picture Assn. has tapped C. Bradley Hunt to become the trade org's chief technology officer. The post also carries senior vice president stripes.
Produced, directed by Donnie Yen. Screenplay, Bey Logan. Camera (color), Wong Ka-fai; editor, Chan Kun-sing; music, Yukie Nishimura; art director, Nelson Cheung. Reviewed on videodisc, London, Oct…