"8 Seconds" takes a smooth, sappy ride through the life of a great bucking bull rider. Sweet, sentimental and rose-colored to a fault, this family-oriented biopic has none of the grit, dust and…
Oscar-nominated animated short "The Mighty River" from Canada was named top film at the Aspen Filmfest.
Veteran Czech helmer Karel Kachyna, whose long-banned "The Ear" made a splash at Cannes two years ago, churns out a fairly pedestrian hospital drama in "St. Nicholas Is in Town." Made for TV, pic is…
"Strictly Ballroom" star Paul Mercurio, fresh from toplining Garry Marshall's "Exit to Eden" for Savoy Pictures, has signed for "Back of Beyond," a romantic drama set in the Australian outback.
Riding a hit Fox sitcom and regular HBO host role, Martin Lawrence is a very hot property right now, and this energetic concert film should cash in on his loyal if somewhat limited following. Using…
Part docu-diary, part theological quest, part family therapy session and part improvised comedy, Caveh Zahedi's second feature, "I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore," is a one-of-a-kind talkfest that's as…
Tia Carrere was named Friday as NATO/ShoWest's '94 Female Star of Tomorrow. The "Wayne's World 2" and "Rising Sun" star will be honored at the convention's final night awards banquet March 10.
Oja Kodar's emotional account of the war in Croatia illustrates the danger of trying to tell a war story while the conflict is still going on. Scripted more than two years ago, when Croatia was seen…
The race between Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox to get a major motion picture on track dealing with a lethal virus moved into a dead heat late last week.
A prodigious achievement that conveys the fabric of modern American life in close-up and at length, "Hoop Dreams" is a documentary slam dunk. This intimate epic chronicles the lives of two black…