The rather desperate cover-up is on display even before Dmitry Lipkin's new play "Cranes" begins. There on the humongous stage of the Theater at St. Clement's is a living-room and dining area that…
The road to boredom and narrative confusion is paved with fine intentions in this overly deliberate tale of growing up scared and Catholic in the Maritime Provinces of Canada. A too-subdued tone of…
It's not uncommon for performers to be miscast, as at least two of the four principals are in the new West End revival of "Antigone," adapted and directed by Declan Donnellan. But I can't quickly…
"The Iron Giant" was the giant winner at the 27th Annie Awards, in which the Intl. Animated Film Society honors toon achievement in TV, film, commercials, homevideo and interactive production.
Onscreen commentators: Lorie Barnum, Kathleen Barry, Ellen Carol Dubois, Ruth Dyk, Ann Gordon, Elisabeth Griffith, Ethel Hall, Lynn Sherr, Sally Roesch Wagner , Judith Wellman.
A serial killer leaves grisly clues in the carnage. A nubile cop tracks him through the underbelly of Manhattan. Her paralyzed colleague strains to stop the murder spree from his hospital bed.
"Wirey Spindell" is a teen sex comedy for the grown-up arthouse crowd. Told in a novelistic fashion, pic has some rough spots, but with proper handling and helpful reviews should be able to attract…
Intriguingly balanced between moody grimness and keenly observed sympathy, William R. Pace's debut feature, "Charming Billy," aims ambitiously high in its dramatization of how a mild-mannered…
A handsomely made, deeply affectionate homage to the mystical power of music and cinema, "The Call of the Oboe" is the kind of poetic work that will charm critics, probably woo a small specialized…
Miramax has signed scribe Robert Nelson Jacobs to a multipicture deal.
Sharing credit with the Shrivers for the achievement are Swedish actress Pernilla August (who turns in a heart-rending, graceful perf as Mary) and helmer Kevin Connor, whose control over his players…