"Colonel Chabert" helmer Yves Angelo's highly anticipated "An Air So Pure" (Un Air Si Pur) kicked off this year's Montreal World Film Festival Friday night.
It would appear that after Jackie Chan washed ashore in Australia for "First Strike," he set up shop in Melbourne as a TV chef. More chopsocky than suey, "Mr. Nice Guy," his latest effort (scheduled…
Head-banging rock star Rob Zombie is set to make his feature film directing debut on "The Crow: 2037," the third installment of "The Crow" series, for the Edward R. Pressman Film Corp.
British pictures won the hearts and minds of judges and auds at the 51st Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival, which closed Sunday with a gala screening in a 70mm print of the John Huston cult classic "The…
Animator Bill Plympton's greatest hits are reprised in "Mondo Plympton," which is currently playing limited U.S. dates. Clever package underlines how Plympton's art is best appreciated in small doses…
The American Cinema Editors association has announced the election of a new board of directors.
Ten years after celebrating its premiere, the stars of Live Entertainment's "Dirty Dancing" dusted off their dancing shoes to fete its re-release last Wednesday at Cineplex Odeon's Universal City…
Laudable sincerity and an earnest analysis of the human toll of Stalinist horrors aren't enough to raise "A Wolf-Teeth Necklace" beyond the limits of its arty and arch surrealism. Occasional moments…
The powerful debuts of Warner Bros.' "Batman and Robin" and Sony's "My Best Friend's Wedding" lifted the summer box office out of its three-week slump.
Accomplished and involving, "Poznan '56" follows the events of a failed strike by Polish workers as seen through the eyes of a pre-adolescent boy but remembered by his adult self. Beautiful B&W…
Juzo Itami reclaims his crown as Japan's most entertaining director with "Supermarket Woman," a saga of retail warfare and low-key love that keeps up a frantic pace for more than two hours, without…
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