Dispelling the theory that white filmmakers can't provide an authentic, inside view of the African-American experience, Marc Levin's "Slam" is a landmark film that defies easy categorization. Part…
EXCLUSIVEDirector Matthew Bright, whose "Freeway" screened at Sundance two years ago, has signed on to adapt and direct the U.S. remake of Danish box office hit "Pusher" for Screenland Pictures.
EXCLUSIVEPaul Brickman, the sought-after but rarely committing director of "Risky Business," is zeroing in on the comedy drama "Providence" as his first directorial project in eight years, sources…
Low on plot but high on charm and personality, "Next Stop Wonderland" is a sly, hand-crafted indie that is very alive and attentive to its characters' feelings and foibles.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced Wednesday their finalists for Golden Reel awards for best sound editing in six feature categories.
Producer Frank Mancuso Jr., on location in France shooting the action-adventure pic "Ronin," has signed a new five-year exclusive production and development deal with longtime filmmaking home MGM/UA.
Some unsubtle writing and over-the-top moments don't hobble the overall potency of "Blind Faith," a solid drama limning racism and homophobia as played out in a late-1950s murder trial. Given current…
"NewsRadio" star Maura Tierney continues her quiet ascent on the feature scene.
British actor Ben Kingsley has been named jury president of the 48th Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 11-22), festival officials announced Wednesday.
Alain Resnais' musical comedy "On Connait la Chanson" has emerged as the hot favorite to walk away with a host of Cesar awards (the French equivalent of the Oscars), grabbing 12 nominations…
Academy Award-winner Clint Eastwood has announced his next feature project, signing on to direct and star in the suspense thriller "True Crimes," which he'll produce with Richard Zanuck and Lili Fini…