Musical or comedy actress winner Madonna seemed much more subdued than in press conferences of the past. "I feel like I am dreaming right now," she said.
"Lost Highway" is a mysterious, ultra-Lynchian exercise in Designer Noir. The cult filmmaker's first feature in more than four years sees him traversing familiar roads involving weird crimes, bizarre…
Canadian feature helmer Francois Girard is set to follow in the footsteps of fellow Canuck film director Atom Egoyan and try his hand at live opera.
Adapted from Alfred Jarry's absurdist play, "King Ubu" serves as an impressive visual demo for cameraman F.A. Brabec, previously known as lenser for Czech wunderkind Jan Sverak ("The Elementary…
The L.A.-based company Digital Evolution produced the Technology Playground in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with today's presidential inauguration.. The company's name was wrong in Friday's story.
One of the most realistic rock 'n' roll movies comes, ironically, from a country where the youth-made music is still actively discouraged. Perhaps that's why "Jungle Story" captures the edgier…
Filmmaker Mark Waters' "The House of Yes," a dark comedy about blue-blooded incest, sold to Miramax Films for just under $2 million Saturday night.
It's Beavis and Butt-head times two when four rowdy Canucks hit the road on a car trip through the American West. First-time helmer Grant Harvey has taken a good idea and made the most of it with…
Though based on an original, quite respected sci-fi novel, Peter Hyams' new horror thriller, "The Relic," comes across as a pastiche of genre conventions from major pictures of the last two decades…