Hot off the critically acclaimed "Elizabeth," Indian director Shekhar Kapur has made a deal with Warner Bros. and Bel Air Entertainment to make "Steinbeck's Point of View" his next directing…
Less than two weeks after the Cuban missile crisis project found its new home, director Phil Alden Robinson has dropped out of the Beacon Communications/Sony Pictures co-production "13 Days."
Brussels opens its fourth competitive film fest Wednesday with a new, improved location and a top-notch guest of honor -- revered Polish helmer Andrej Wajda -- whose presence will do much to lend the…
UCLA's Film and Television Archive will screen two films, the Academy Award-nominated "Colors Straight Up" as well as "John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk," as part of the school's…
An "electrical life form" generates low-voltage suspense in "Virus," a derivative sci-fi shocker that isn't likely to spark much interest beyond its target audience of undemanding genre fans…
Continuing the exploration of violence she has pursued in her art installations, feature pic "Two Small Bodies" and short "Out of Sight, Out of Mind," New York filmmaker Beth B. forges an hourlong…
Warren Beatty, Angelina Jolie, Julianna Margulies, Freddie Prinze Jr., Ving Rhames, Rick Schroder and Gloria Stuart have been confirmed as presenters at the Golden Globe Awards ceremony Jan. 24.
In "Under the Sun," helmer Colin Nutley makes a welcome return to the landscape of his breakthrough hit "House of Angels." Set in the Swedish countryside in 1956, this chamber drama about a love…
Miramax Films has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the animated musical fairy tale "The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina."
A delicious sense of suspense haunts Claude Chabrol's latest character-study-cum-whodunit, "The Color of Lies," which ranks just behind the excellent "La ceremonie" among the veteran helmer's work…