DreamWorks will reissue Steven Spielberg's critically acclaimed World War II pic, "Saving Private Ryan," nationwide on Feb. 5.
Whenever Nancy Wilson -- who, with older sister Ann, fronts the Seattle rock band Heart -- has taken the stage over the last two decades, it's always been, as she recalled Wednesday at the hushed…
Only partly relieving the tedium of a generally mundane month at cinemas overseas, "Rush Hour" had a smash debut Down Under last weekend, while "Meet Joe Black" clicked in Germany (but was less…
"Farewell Travelling Player" is the most likely festival pic to leap out of Morocco's current mini-boom in production. Using a slow tempo and minimum action to emphasize the three male leads'…
Ruminations on war and the media led the field of nominees in the 11th annual Chicago Film Critics Awards.
To fans of the Cirque du Soleil, the idea of a film based on one of its productions might seem as magical as the Cirque itself. Unfortunately, "Alegria" is nothing like the Cirque's show of the same…
Writer-director Nick Castle ("Mr. Wrong") is set to helm "Now That I've Found You," an indie set at the turn of the millennium which Wim Wenders will executive produce.
Next Wave Films, a unit of the Independent Film Channel, has established a production arm to finance and produce digital video features for wide release.
With "Zorba and Lucky," Italian feature-length animation claims a niche for itself in local hardtops alongside U.S. Goliaths "Mulan" and "The Prince of Egypt." After the success of the Christmas…
Miramax's "Life Is Beautiful" moved back to the top of the exclusives roster as 20th Century Fox's "The Thin Red Line" went wide.
Except for a first act-closing medley of WWII standards, Fran Charnas eschews any attempt to tie together this nostalgic revue of 30 songs dating primarily from the '30s and '40s. It is simply a…