Alyrical but lightweight tale of love and loss, "Under the Lighthouse Dancing" is visually beautiful but surprisingly emotionally sterile, given its surefire material. Based on a true story, film…
Atricky, stylish horror item from debuting Kiwi writer-director Scott Reynolds, "The Ugly" centers on the interrogation of a serial killer by a psychologist. Fans of the gore-and-suspense genre will…
Apleasant journey rather than a voyage of discovery, "The Traveler From the South" is ultimately a movie of thin rewards. Coalescing two staples of Iranian filmmaking --- a child protagonist and an…
Veteran helmer Charles Jarrott's "The Secret Life of Algernon," is an airy, often amusing absurdist comedy chronicling the misadventures of an eccentric fellow. Original, if lightweight, piece of…
"Zorro" is slashing its way into summer 1998. In the latest studio scheduling parry, Sony has thrust its Antonio Banderas-Anthony Hopkins swashbuckler "The Mask of Zorro" from the pic's original…
Gregg Bello, fresh from a noteworthy performance in Hollywood Pictures' "G.I. Jane," will star with Robin Williams in TriStar's "Jakob the Liar," set to begin shooting this month in Central Europe.
In the first renewed show of faith after a long series of defections, Italy's leading film industry player, the Cecchi Gori Group, has patched up its differences and rejoined national film producers…
As production and post-production schedules in film and television continue to compress, more and more independent studios in Los Angeles and around the country are offering producers the opportunity…
Trimark Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to the psychological thriller "Cube," the feature directorial debut of Vincenzo Natali.
Michael Zoumas has been named VP of motion picture production for Avenue Pictures, company prexy/CEO Cary Brokaw has announced.