Delightfully light and unashamedly reveling in its minimal budget, "15 Months in May," makes for pleasant, if unchallenging, viewing. Only its general fluffiness and an occasionally hit-and-miss…
Physical comedians of a type that American audiences likely will find hopelessly retrograde, the Spanish trio Tricicle makes its long-in-coming Stateside debut with "Three-for-All," a 90-minute…
Continuing its measured strategy of U.S. expansion, General Cinema will open its first Southern California megaplex on Nov. 16, a 16-screener in Redondo Beach.
Designed to honor an outstanding international filmmaker whose work has combined popularity with artistic integrity, originality and the ability to communicate, the eighth Premio Filmcritica Maestri…
Friday was a banner day for British authors, as Nick Hornby got $2.75 million from New Line and Tribeca for his next novel "Father Figure" and Philip Kerr accepted a $2.5 million preemptive offer for…
This "Romeo and Juliet" story set in Northern Ireland is a winner, with well-known thesps Richard Harris, Gabriel Byrne and John Lynch providing some marquee value, but newcomers Samantha Morton and…
India's censorship battles over "Kama Sutra" aren't over yet. After a protracted struggle with Indian censors (Daily Variety, Dec. 27, 1966), the English-lingo version of Mira Nair's "Kama Sutra" was…
Narrator: Tom Waits.
One of L.A.'s top restaurateurs learned firsthand last week of the unforeseen perils of putting together a film festival --- and the associated parties.
Animation vet Maureen Donley has inked a two-year, exclusive producing deal, encompassing both animated and live action fare, with Fox Family Films.