"Happiness" director and New York U. alumnus Todd Solondz presented first prize honors to two films during NYU/Tisch School of the Arts' Wasserman Awards ceremony Saturday night at Lincoln Center.
"Standing Room Only" producer Jonathan Krane announced that production skeds have conflicted with pic star John Travolta's commitment to star in the action-adventure "Battlefield Earth."
It likewise helps that the midseason entry boasts some real talent in leads Jeffrey Tambor (fresh from a triumphant run as the legendary Hank Kingsley on HBO's "Larry Sanders Show") and Jill…
The years flash by, and catatonic Tommy is now celebrating his 30th birthday. That's one rationale for this new touring version of the rock opera "Tommy." Another is the fact that the post-New York…
"Shakespeare in Love" was named best film but "Elizabeth" won the most prizes at the 51st British Academy Film Awards, which saw the kudos distributed among several contenders.
The scene-change music is the best thing about "Card Boys," the debut play from 38-year-old actor-turned-writer Mike Packer that mostly packs a wallop when it gives its characters a rest and relies…
The title of the film, taken from the notion that a Jack Russell terrier would just as soon have its head cut off than release its jaw from a victim, sets the tone for a story about defining the law…
The Easter break and school vacation in parts of Europe did not energize the B.O. last week as exhibs blamed a combo of warm, cinema-unfriendly weather and lackluster new releases.
Although uneven in its second half, "Ave Maria" is an interesting period piece about intolerance and repression in 17th century Mexico. First-time director Eduardo Rossoff tells his tale with an…
Long, hanging draperies and heavy antiques create the bygone atmosphere of Joan Vail Thorne's "The Exact Center of the Universe," which focuses on the changing relationship between an aging…