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This latest effort from Nippon helmer Takashi Miike, who has managed to turn out seven wildly divergent features in little more than three years, takes him in yet another direction. Set in an…
FROM MIFEDMaking his feature film debut as an actor, Slavic director Emir Kusturica has signed on for a role in Patrice Leconte's "La Veuve de St.Pierre."
Sony and Largo Entertainment's "John Carpenter's Vampires" scared up a solid $9.2 million over the weekend, according to studio projections, brightening an otherwise gloomy Halloween frame at the box…
McCarter Theater artistic director Emily Mann has dramatized "Meshugah," the provocative 1994 novella by Nobel Prize winner Isaac Bashevis Singer that explores the lives of Holocaust survivors living…
Sometime in Britain's near future, the island empire will be engaged in a civil war, according to the scenario of "Woundings." Exactly why the nation tenaciously holds onto its meager holdings and…
Goldberg stars here as Vivien, your basic 20th-century computer researcher who conducts an experiment that winds up transporting her back to A.D. 589 in what would come to be known as England. It was…
FROM MIFEDParamount Classics has picked up U.S. rights to "The Powder Keg," which has just been selected as the Yugoslavian entry for the foreign-language Acadamy Award.
Sins of the past resurface with a vengeance in "The Lesser Evil," a crafty and well-crafted drama about the long-hidden secrets of four longtime friends. Pic seems best suited for cable and video…
Filmmakers have been targeting teenagers for years, and a new survey makes it easy to see why: 92% of teens surveyed by the Artists Rights Foundation in Los Angeles and the Boston-based Institute for…