Fueled by all-night drug-and-booze binges and built around a seriously depressed central character, "Burnt Eden" plays as a companion piece to "Leaving Las Vegas" and focuses on the same sort of…
Vancouver-based helmer Oliver Hockenhull's docu feature "Aldous Huxley: The Gravity of Light" should be a lot more fun than it is. On paper, it must have seemed like a great idea to take an…
An even-handed portrait of a community that --- due largely to its extreme insularity --- is often misunderstood or attacked by outsiders, "A Life Apart" examines U.S. Hasidic Judaism's history and…
Following up on her prior "Homo Promo" and "Afro Promo" packages, Jenni Olson's "Trailers Schmailers" compiles 30-odd previews from six decades of Jewish screen representation. Result offers an…
Higher costs of film releases blew out Cineplex Odeon Corp.'s second-quarter loss 32% to $14.5 million, it said Thursday, on 8% higher revenue of $127.2 million.
"In and Out," the story of a small-town high school teacher whose sexuality comes under public scrutiny, will be screened as a world premiere gala at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, fest organizers…
For a smart animal, Willy, the resilient prince of whales, gets into an inordinate amount of trouble. His latest adventure pits him and human buddy Jesse (Jason James Richter) against illegal whalers…
A bracingly gung-ho film for a nonmilitary-minded time, "G.I. Jane" is a very entertaining get-tough fantasy with political and feminist underpinnings. After a number of respective career stumbles…
Denise Gurin has been tapped VP of film and head film buyer of Knoxville, Tenn.-based Regal Cinemas, the third-ranked domestic circuit with nearly 2,100 screens.
"Men in Black," which bowed here Wednesday, rocketed to the top spot at the French box office, breaking records for the biggest opening-day tally across the nation with more than 357,400 tickets sold.
Bruce Beresford, who last directed the drama "Paradise Road," will next step behind the camera for Paramount Pictures' thriller "Double Jeopardy" for producer Leonard Goldberg, sources said.
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