A performance of “Stories of the Season” at 8 tonight at the Pacific Resident Theatre Ensemble benefits Equity Fights AIDS. The show,consisting of stories from around the world, continues through…
Universal Pictures, already owned by Japanese conglomerate Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., has entered into a unique co-production deal with Shochiku Co. Ltd., one of Japan's largest multimedia…
Veteran helmer and Directors Guild of America veepee Jack Shea has been named to chair the 46th annual DGA Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel March 5, the guild announced Monday.
In a move that establishes some brotherhood at Columbia Pictures, C.Z. Wick has inked a first-look production deal with Colpix to develop and deliver action movies to the studio, sources said Monday.
French Culture Minister Jacques Toubon has reiterated that Paris is still trying to have film and television kept out of the General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade. But the official acknowledged that…
Elie Chouraqui offers a deft mix of comedy and melancholy with the help of a strong ensemble cast in "Les Marmottes," a lightweight but likable opus about an eventful Christmas ski vacation. Pic…
Cambodia notwithstanding, the primary if unstated subject of Spalding Gray's monologues is always Gray himself, his obsessions, fascinations and wonderfully wry perspectives on all that touches him…
"Little Buddha" had its world preem in wintry France and the "Addams Family" sequel began its foreign journey in sweltering, summery Australia. Both look promising, but not outstanding.
"The Pros and Cons of Breathing" is the latest incarnation of the several-guys-sitting-around-talking subgenre. It is neither the worst nor the best of the breed. Rather, it shows first-time…
Michel Boujenah's full-bodied (in every sense of the term) and fearless lead performance dominates "Le Nombril du monde," an engrossing period drama also known by the more wieldy, less idiomatic…
"Little Buddha" and "Addams Family Values" were weather-beaten but unbowed in their foreign debuts.