Hollywood bakes the pie, so why doesn't it cut itself a bigger slice? The filmed entertainment business -- which distributes new productions and licenses its programming libraries -- remains the…
Also with: Bruno Todeschi, Sara Guiran, Isabelle Candelier.
This is an animated retelling of the famous Indian saga, in which an earthly incarnation of Vishnu does battle with the forces of dark not-niceness. Relentlessly paced, pic has no heart for general…
On paper, "Two Women" looks like a sure-fire winner. With a plot centering on the friendship between a high-priced prostitute and the wife of the politician who raped her, it promises to tackle…
Brad Epstein has exited Rosalie Swedlin's Universal-based Longview Entertainment to become senior veepee of development and production at Working Title Films.
A major film in a slow Italian season, Nanni Moretti's three-parter "Dear Diary" is an intensely personal work one step away from an autobiographical docu. Consistently stimulating and amusing (two…
A centerpiece of the holiday season, the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall continues to offer quality family entertainment: Just listening to Christmas carols boom from the Hall's mighty…
The United States and the European Community moved closer Thursday to a world trade accord by resolving some differences over agriculture and tariff cuts, but remained at odds over trade in films and…
Anthony Hopkins delivers yet another towering performance in "Shadowlands," a touching, fictionalized account of a late-in-life love between English writer and scholar C.S. Lewis and Joy Gresham, an…
Force Ten Prods. and New York-based Heatwave Prods. have acquired movie rights to the cannibal comedy novel "The Food Chain," which is currently winning accolades from book critics.
Cineville Inc., the indie producer of such films as "Gas, Food, Lodging" and "Delusion," has named former Vestron exec Dan Ireland as the company's senior vice president of production.