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…
Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE), the biggest promoter of live events in Latin America, has formed a 50/50 joint venture with the venture capital arm of Grupo Financiero Inbursa…
Though it runs out of gas in an unsurprising finale, "TGV" is a film for armchair tourists who might enjoy watching a busload of hapless passengers suffer the slings and arrows of an overland bus…
British photographer David Bailey is making his feature directorial debut with "The Intruder," a Canadian-British co-production top-lining Charlotte Gainsbourg, Nastassja Kinski, Molly Parker…
The life story of Unabomber Ted Kaczynsky gets comic treatment in the mockumentary “Ted.” Promising idea doesn’t take pic very far, however, as script is largely feeble and execution lame. Very…
"Dark City" director Alex Proyas and his producing partner, Andrew Mason, have signed their Sydney-based Mystery Clock Cinema to a two-year, first-look deal at New Line Cinema.
An amiably silly free-for-all farce more reminiscent of low-budget '60s whimsies (e.g., John Korty's "Crazy Quilt" and "Funnyman") than most contempo indie comedies, "Starving Artists" feels a little…
Coming off glowing reviews for his role in Bill Condon's "Gods and Monsters," Brendan Fraser is close to a deal to star in the supernatural adventure "Monkey Bone," for Fox Animation Studios.
A labor of love shot and completed over seven years' time, "Ninth Street" is an earnest effort that's compromised by inexperienced direction and nonexistent production values.