Leonard Klady: Cinefile
"In the Name of the Father" took the top prize, but it was British director Ken Loach's gritty drama "Ladybird Ladybird" that dominated awards at the 44th Berlin Intl. Film Festival, which closed…
MCA president Sidney Sheinberg, who is widely credited with recognizing Steven Spielberg’s talent almost two decades ago, will present the American Society of Cinematographers Governors’ Award to…
If the earthquake didn't pound Santa Monica hard enough, more than 5,000 film buyers and sellers who are headed here this week for the American Film Market might finish the job.
Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant will star in "An Awfully Big Adventure," the latest movie from British director Mike Newell, which starts shooting March 3 in Dublin.
Sony Pictures Entertainment issued a statement Friday that says it has converted its deal with Peters Entertainment from an exclusive to a non-exclusive arrangement, and extended the pact for at…
Iconoclastic British director Derek Jarman, best known for such controversial homoerotic films as "Caravaggio,""Sebastiane" and "Edward II," has died of AIDS complications. He was 52.
The $ 55 million sci-fi epic called "Stargate" is either one of the boldest ventures yet for Euro-financed movies or an example of a company sticking its neck out too far. It all depends on how you…
An old-fashioned Sino-Japanese war drama in pseudo-modernist wrappings, "The Noblest Way to Die" will do just that beyond home base Taiwan. Opening promise of a thoughtful reassessment of yesterday's…
"Thanatos" is the winner among 450 entries in the Unicorn's 1993 national play-writing contest. It is the first by Ron Simonian, a Kansas Citian, to be professionally produced. He has written…
Based on Grant's novel "Priest Island," pic unfolds in a kind of timeless limbo, which could be the last century or even earlier, and with a setting not specifically Australian. A young man, Peter…