Olympia Dukakis has an annuity for as long as she wants it courtesy Martin Sherman's solo play "Rose," which at last grants an American regional theater veteran the role to return her to Broadway in…
Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real" remains a problematic play, yet there are strands of strength and beauty that soar with his colorful imagination and the frequent familiar melody of his words. New…
Reviewed at San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, June 24, 1999. (Also in L.A. Outfest.) Running time: 84 MIN.
Alec Baldwin, Mara Wilson and Peter Fonda are attached to star in the first full-length theatrical film based on the hit television series "Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends."
Nicolas Munoz's low-budget debut feature, "Rewind," is a time-shift pic with a technological slant that features strong young Spanish talent and a sometimes lively script. But concept is far more…
Produced by Christian Becker, Thomas Haeberle. Co-producers, Hanno Huth, Alfred Holighaus.
A nasty parlor game backfires with increasingly drastic and comic results in "The Dinner Game," Francis Weber's efficient and entertaining screen adaptation of his hit boulevard play. Abetted by an…
Nine incumbent members of the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have been returned by their branches for additional three-year terms.
Produced, directed, written by Dominik and Bejamin Reding. Less a commentary on German skinhead society than a conflicted-youths drama without much hair, "Oi! Warning" reps a highly accomplished…
Made for TV but with a cinematic eye, "The Coq Is Dead" reps a complete change of tone and pace from helmer Hermine Huntgeburth's sexual road movie "The Trio." Highly enjoyable, well-scripted crimer…