Reviewed at Buenos Aires Independent Cinema Festival (competing), April 12, 2000. Original title: No quiero volver a casa. Running time: 74 MIN.
Showbiz has a thing for nostalgia. Witness this weekend's B.O. flashback to 1996. Disney's Jerry Bruckheimer-produced "Gone in 60 Seconds," starring Nicolas Cage, scored a studio-estimated $25.5…
Actor Daniel Hugh Kelly ("Chill Factor," "Star Trek IX: Insurrection") will make his feature directorial debut with the indie "Shooting Blanks," to star Michael Rapaport, Jennifer Tilly, Adam…
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An expansive collection of American movie theater materials has been donated to the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences' Margaret Herrick Library.
Aussie actor Simon Baker ("Ride With the Devil") is in final negotiations to star as the love interest of Oscar-winner Hilary Swank in the Alcon Entertainment period drama "The Affair of the…
Gordon Cheung, a 10-year Golden Harvest vet who has headed international sales for the prolific Hong Kong-based film producer, is ankling.
In another striking example of Euro money linking up with Hollywood heavyweights, Munich-based Intertainment has agreed to fund $500 million of film production over five years from high-profile…
New Line Cinema has made two executive moves: Michael Del Nin has been tapped as director of business management, and Valerie Pappas has been upped to director of national promotions.
Mandalay Pictures and stakeholder Lions Gate are in advanced negotiations with German financing entities -- KC Medien and Cine-Artists -- to form a new motion picture company that could be taken…
Netcaster iFilm has tapped E! Online topper Lew Harris as senior veep, editor in chief of the company's recently launched film portal, a move expected to quickly boost the site's editorial content…