If sheer exuberance could carry the day, "Kat and the Kings" might sail right into the Broadway history books powered by delightfully buoyant performances from its (mostly) young South African cast.
Suzanne Maynard's "postmodern fairy tale" fails in its most elementary responsibility, which is to tell a compelling story. Despite Michael Michetti's imaginative, image-laden staging and a few…
First Miracle Group has acquired the film rights to the bestseller "When Nietzsche Wept," by Dr. Irvin D. Yalom.
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The 47th San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival, which will run Sept. 16-25 in the Basque resort town, has announced the lineup for its Open Zone section, including first and second features competing for…
The summer trudges onward at Hollywood Bowl, and one suspects that the grind of having to come up with something new and fresh every week is taking its toll on the resident Clayton-Hamilton Jazz…
EliotNess, the scourge of Al Capone, is returning to bigscreen crime-busting for Dimension Films in "Torso."
Imperial Entertainment Group has formally closed a deal to provide financing for the Leslie Nielsen pic "2001: A Space Travesty."
Imagine "Donnie Brasco" trying to bluster his way through "The Crying Game" and you've grasped the gist of this agreeable low-budget comedy.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has pledged $520,000 in film production grants to the Tisch School of the Arts' Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at NYU.
Four of the nine fiction feature films made in western Canada to be shown at the Vancouver Intl. Film Festival next month will be world premieres.
With the exception of the magical month of June, German box office figures for the first half of the year show a drop of more than 11% compared with the same period last year, when "Titanic" was very…