The 'M' Word" is "marriage" in this lightweight but likable indie comedy-drama about the interactions and introspection of friends and lovers drawn together for an upcoming Manhattan wedding. A fine…
Merge "Ruby in Paradise" with "The Birdcage," subtract the talent, and you have "Always Something Better," a trifling low-budget indie filmed in and around Miami's South Beach.
There's something for both adults and children in "The Boy Who Stopped Talking," a rare example of a kidpic made with the intelligence and care of a grown-up movie. Mostly avoiding political…
Closer to a cloying "thirtysomething" episode than to vintage Woody Allen, "The Souler Opposite" is as awkward and precious as its title. Meandering, overlong romantic comedy stars Christopher Meloni…
In another move toward unification, the industry's largest below-the-line union announced that it has forged a tentative agreement with film and television producers to merge the contracts of…
Def Pictures and Polygram Filmed Entertainment have acquired Nicholas Brandt and Bridget Blake-Wilson's adaptation of Octavia E. Butler's sci-fi novel "Kindred" for mid-six figures.
The second Southern African Intl. Film Festival in Cape Town hit a sour note on Thursday when black filmmakers from across the continent claimed the event was geared mainly for whites and that their…
Thursday proved a frustrating day for Playa Vista developers.
On the surface, the differences between Carole Black and Stephanie Garcia couldn't be more striking.
Slamdance Film Festival officials have announced winners of their 2nd Annual Screenplay Competition. The awards will be presented at the Slamdance fest in Park City, Utah on Jan. 20, 1998.
Poppy Montgomery is joining Diane Keaton and Juliette Lewis in "The Other Sister," the Garry Marshall-directed film at Touchstone for producers David Hoberman and Alex Rose.
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