"Pathfinder," long considered one of Paramount's best development projects, has likely forged a path to the fast track now that Jan De Bont is set to direct and executive produce and John Patrick…
Tom Arnold has been set to host the American Cinema Editors' 48th annual Eddie awards on March 14 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, when ACE will bestow best editing awards in seven categories.
Suffused with melancholy, "The Sound of One Hand Clapping" focuses on a generation of Central European refugees who forged a new life for themselves in an Australia far less tolerant than it is today.
The background to a triple homicide committed on New Year's Eve 1993 in a small Nebraska town is explored in depth in this probing, powerful documentary. "The Brandon Teena Story" is a study of the…
"A Place Called Chiapas" is an exemplary documentary that vividly and lucidly explores a modern Mexican standoff. It deserves niche theatrical release and is a must for tube programming and further…
At the promising start of Rob Urbinati's "Hazelwood Jr. High," a squad of bouncing cheerleaders turns away from the audience to show the message spelled out on the girls' backs: "This Is a True…
EXCLUSIVEAfter playing studio hopscotch, the action comedy "The Crew" has been gathered and greenlit at DreamWorks with Dean Parisot attached to helm, sources said Wednesday.
Only days after signing a five-picture deal with First Miracle Pictures, newcomer thesp Kentaro Seagal has signed to star in Shower Prods. "Seamless," a Gen-X pic set in the retro fashion and music…
Devoid of overt politics or explicit ideology, "Pick a Card" (aka "Afula Express") is a new kind of Israeli film: A fresh dramatic comedy about ordinary people who simply refuse to be defeated by…
In the first concrete sign of an industry revival in years, Mexico's film institute Imcine has announced it will support 15 pictures, an additional three debut features and 17 shorts in 1998.