The Shoe," a first feature by the Latvian director Laila Pakalnina, who scored a personal success at Cannes' Un Certain Regard two years ago with her much-admired shorts "The Ferry" and "The Mail,"…
U.K. sales outfit IAC Film and Television has signed a two-year output deal for all its feature films and telepics with Italy's Triumph Distribution.
Voices: Quite likely the first animated cross-dressing action musical, "Mulan" plays out as a rich dramatic tapestry lightly stained by some strained comedy, rigorous political correctness and…
Review: 'Follow the Music: The Life and High Times of Elektra Records in the Great Years of American Pop Culture'
Holzman's story is basic and straightforward --- several worlds removed from the contempo music industry of corporate purchases, vanity labels and over-hyped independents.
There's a strange, almost '80s feel to "The Sea Change," a British romantic comedy that tries to be slick and witty but ends up looking out of tune with the times and trying too hard for effect…
Paramount's "The Truman Show," long seen as one of the summer's box office wild cards, came up aces over the weekend, bowing to a studio-estimated $31.6 million. Director Peter Weir's critically…
Quite likely the first animated cross-dressing action musical, "Mulan" plays out as a rich dramatic tapestry lightly stained by some strained comedy, rigorous political correctness and perhaps more…
In his screen directing debut, theatrical wizard Des McAnuff serves up a handsome, witty but frosty film that contemplates behavior both chilling and casual.
Actor Pierce Brosnan makes his producing bow for his own banner, Irish DreamTime, in "The Nephew," marking the first Irish film in which he's acted in nearly a decade. Debuting director Eugene…
Claude Mourieras' third feature --- the tale of an inbred farming family in a spectacular Alpine backwater --- puts a new spin on the dysfunctional family relationships he explored in his best-known…