PART 1: 1952
The first feature-length animated cartoon to be produced in Italy in almost 20 years (last was Bruno Bozzetto's 1977 "Allegro Non Troppo"), "The Blue Arrow" is a major European co-production based on…
Vano Amiran Amiranasvili
(Dialogue in French, English and various other languages)
First-time helmer-scripter Craig Rosenberg has stocked "Hotel de Love" with enough solid laugh lines and feel-good resolutions for a half-dozen romantic comedies. Attractive cast, candy-colored…
Agnes Anne Cantineau
Yo-Yo Chloe Ste-Marie
The new theater is scheduled to open with an eight-week run of the U.S. premiere of "Definitely Doris: The Music of Doris Day," previewing Sept. 24 and opening Oct. 2.
Alternately disturbing, funny and thought-provoking, "Guy" is that oddity, an experimental film that has something to say to general audiences. Eclectic filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, whose work…
Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks follows the path of other accomplished actors of his generation as debutant filmmaker of "That Thing You Do!," an immensely likable, sweet-natured tale of the quick…
If a playwright can't justify his characters' actions, how can he expect the same from an audience? That is one of the many questions prompted by "Blinded by the Sun," the second play from Stephen…
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