European premieres of Lawrence Kasdan's "Mumford," Mike Figgis' "Miss Julie," Scott Elliott's "A Map of the World" and Martha Fiennes' "Onegin" are among the highlights of the official selection for…
Leave it to Ang Lee, a Taiwanese director known for such meticulous chamber dramas as "Eat Drink Man Woman" and "The Ice Storm," to make a battle epic intimate.
Depending on your perspective, the career of Taiwanese-born, American-educated director Ang Lee is either very eclectic or thematically of a piece.
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Lisa Kudrow is negotiating to play the female lead alongside John Travolta in "Numbers," the romantic comedy that Nora Ephron will direct this fall in a co-production of Paramount and DreamWorks.
Ang Lee's "Ride With the Devil" will open this year's London Film Festival, with the director taking time off from a shoot in China to attend the gala.
Actor Martin Lawrence, in a coma for the past three days after collapsing while jogging, regained consciousness at Los Robles Regional Medical Center on Wednesday.
Columbia Pictures has bought "Park Jester," a romantic comedy from pitchmeister Robert Kosberg ("Twelve Monkeys"). Pitch was purchased by the Sony arm for low- to mid-six-figures for Jenifer Love…
Roman Polanski's "The Ninth Gate" is a sardonic detective thriller peppered with carefully crafted pleasures, not the least of which is a snide approach to wealthy people with a decadent streak. This…
Much as conversation stops when a beautiful woman enters a room, so does Gallic griping about American cultural imperialism politely cease for 10 days each September as the Deauville Festival of…
The libidinous histrionics of skin-flick director Russ Meyer will form the focus of a seven-night American Cinematheque retrospective in mid-September.
The Deauville Festival of American Cinema first saw the light of Normandy in 1975. Other locations had been considered, including Biarritz, but the then-mayor of Deauville, Michel d'Ornano -- for…