A morbid study of voyeurism and alienation, "Buddy Boy" is Catholic Guilt in spades. Ultimately, this catalogue of degradation and madness doesn't quite succeed in creating the Gothic mood presumably…
Danish Berlin fest winner "Mifune," a spate of American indies, provocative nonfiction films and a selection of movies from the Latin universe round out the lineup for the AFI Los Angeles Intl. Film…
With Michelle Goddet, Claudine Mavros, Julie-Anne Roth, Yves Verhoeven.
Forget America's claim. In Theatre de Complicite's "Mnemonic," it's the united states of Europe that's the great melting pot. The adventurous company's newest work, which premiered at the Salzburg…
Toplined by a superb performance from vet Ken Ogata, as a retired fireman obsessed with cultivating the ultimate chrysanthemum, "Autumn Blossoms" reps an original, involving directorial debut by…
The Bubble Factory has committed to self-financing "A Fate Totally Worse Than Death," to be directed by John Kretchmer in his feature helming debut.
Of course, given that this is the world of Williamson, we aren't talking about just any old twentysomethings here but the trimmest and most cosmetically flawless on Earth. This isn't "Wasteland,"…
The title says it all in "Love & Rage," in which the tragic, turn-of-the-century affair between an independent, prosperous Englishwoman and the mysterious, scruffy Irishman who works for her ignites…
Warner Bros.' political actioner "Three Kings" went toe-to-toe with Paramount's thriller "Double Jeopardy" at the weekend box office.