Acclaimed British actor Alan Rickman makes a stagy but accomplished directing debut in "The Winter Guest," an intimate drama tracking four pairs of Scots in a bleak seacoast town on the coldest day…
Enfant terrible Harmony Korine, who scripted the controversial "Kids," makes a puzzlingly idiosyncratic, and not entirely effective, feature directorial debut with "Gummo," a realistic…
(In German and English) The remarkably heroic story of the imprisonment and escape of Dieter Dengler, a native German who became a U.S. pilot in the Vietnam War, is told with sharp observational…
Kasi Lemmons' "Eve's Bayou" is an intensely emotional family drama that mixes elements of Southern Gothic with the kinds of characters and tensions that prevail in the plays of Tennessee Williams and…
"The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca," which Sony's Triumph Releasing arm is opening today, was reviewed in Daily Variety under its original title, "Death in Granada," on March 24, 1997, upon its…
ontinuing to stretch its reach, Regal Cinemas Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to purchase 10 theaters in Virginia from Capitol Industries Inc. for $24 million, the company announced Thursday.
Mandalay Television chairman Peter Guber has swapped a piece of his entertainment empire for a stake in a new Canadian film and television production company.
Halifax-based writer-director Thom Fitzgerald makes an auspicious bow with the dark drama "The Hanging Garden," a strange, utterly original look at a seriously dysfunctional family.
Showing its support for the Norse helmer's upcoming film "Nightwatch," Miramax has inked a deal with Ole Bornedal to direct the adaptation of Martin Cruz Smith's period novel "Rose."
The Fox Network has bought the broadcast TV rights to three movies from Disney's Buena Vista TV that are still awaiting theatrical release: "Scream 2," "An American Werewolf in Paris" and "Phantoms."
Imagine a cross between an illustrated standup comedy routine and an anecdotal cinema verite documentary, and you're ready for "The Big One," Michael Moore's ruthlessly amusing and ruefully…