A docudrama about the world's foremost long-distance runner that is shot like a full-blown feature film, "Endurance" overpowers its plain, appealing subject matter with ultra-elaborate technique.
As the 55th Venice Film Festival pulls into its final weekend, all hopes are being pinned upon two late contenders -- Emir Kusturica's "Black Cat, White Cat" and Warren Beatty's "Bulworth" -- to…
The spectacle of Kenneth Branagh and Judy Davis doing over-the-top Woody Allen impersonations creates a neurotic energy meltdown in "Celebrity," a once-over-lightly rehash of mostly stale Allen…
Peter Hoffman's Seven Arts Pictures is in advanced negotiations with Rysher Entertainment to buy all international rights to "Onegin," starring Ralph Fiennes.
A creepy, well-acted story of contagious evil, "Apt Pupil" has more than enough chilling dramatic scenes to rivet the attention but suffers from some hokey contrivances and underlying insufficiencies…
The Cannes Film Festival sidebar Directors Fortnight has a new chief, following the resignation of Pierre-Henri Deleau.
Sony Pictures Releasing's "Stepmom" will get its industry premiere at the ShowEast exhibitors convention in Atlantic City this October.
Danny Aiello, Cathy Moriarty, Paul Sorvino and young newcomer Frankie have joined Kathleen Turner in the cast of Seagal/Nasso Prods.' family pic "Prince of Central Park," which recently started…
Thirty-four scientific and technical achievements have made the first cut in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' selection process for next year's Oscars.
There was music in the air at the official kickoff of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival Thursday night, as the 23rd edition of the event made its bow with the North American preem of Francois Girard's…
Germany's answer to Sundance, the 5th Oldenburg International Film Festival, opened Wednesday with "Angel Express," German director Rolf Peter Kahl's tale of sex, drugs and techno music in Berlin.