Folks in the state of Arkansas feel like they've been robbed -- and, ironically, the culprits come in the guise of a modern-day Frank and Jesse James.
(Indonesian dialogue -- Sumba dialect)
After more than a quarter century of filmmaking and more than two dozen films , documentarian Frederick Wiseman is entitled to make his films any way he wants , especially when he's making them for…
Glenn Close has joined the cast of the 66th Academy Awards, produced by Gilbert Cates
Though technically poor and dramatically erratic, this metaphoric, slightly surrealistic look at life in the Russian military packs a punch. Pic should raise some interest in arthouse circles and…
John G. Thomas' "Healer," which received its world premiere as the opener of the ninth Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, is a slim, poorly written message movie about the transformation of an…
Ronna Wallace, who ankled Live Entertainment several weeks ago, has taken over as senior veepee of acquisitions of Samuel Goldwyn Co.
"Nobody Loves Me" is a spirited round of emotional hide-and-seek peopled by engagingly flawed women and dorky men. Fests and TV should show some affection.
Atop-flight cast, led by intensely watchable K. Todd Freeman, helps lift Charles Smith's "Freefall" above mundane good brother/bad brother melodrama. Diagrammatic, occasionally downright implausible…
"Schindler's List" continued its juggernaut run toward the Oscars Saturday as Michael Kahn picked up the American Cinema Editors' Eddie Award for best-edited motion pic of the year.
Executive producer, Dennis Murphy. Directed by David Adkin. Camera (16mm, color), Joan Hutton, John Walker; editor, Steve Weslake; music, Aaron Davis; sound, Paul Durand. Reviewed at Berlin Film…