A breakthrough part for young actor Jakob Eklund is the most memorable aspect of "The Ferris Wheel," an uneven but sympathetic comedy with lots of dark touches.
Also with: Frederic Diefenthal, Sandrine Kiberlain, Marianne Groves, Michel Bos.
Filmed in England by BBC-TV. Exec producer, Michael Wearing; producer, Ken Riddington; director, Paul Seed; writer, Andrew Davies; based on novel by Michael Dobbs; Host: Russell Baker.
Filmed in Wilmington, N.C., byAMBROCO Media Group Inc. in association with Dan Wigutow Prods. Executive producer, Dan Wigutow; producer, Jeff Bleckner; co-producers, Julie Cohen, Robert L. Freedman…
A triumphant demonstration of animation techniques, but weakened by thin plotting that doesn't quite hold the attention, "The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb" is a high-grunge, post-industrial…
An oft-repeated metaphor in "The Rez Sisters" has the Native American heroines longing for paved roads on the dusty reservation they call home. Do they want escape or a simple reprieve from the…
It is amazing that, in the midst of war, Serbia continues to produce films like "Byzantine Blue" (original title), an escapist fantasy set in no particular place or time. Superbly shot by director…
Filmed in Los Angeles by Main Sequence Ltd. and Sweet Freedom Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Executive producers, George Carlin, Jerry Hamza, Sam Simon; producer, Michael…
Michel Deville's latest pic is a sly, sexy ensemble piece that should make international arthouse owners happy. Leisurely, sometimes whimsical tale of four women Easter vacationing with the men in…
Filmed in North Carolina by the Landsburg Co. in association with Cinematigue and CBS Entertainment Prods. Exec producer, Alan Landsburg; producer, Kay Hoffman; co-producers, Denise DeGarmo, Randy…