Bruno Barreto's "Four Days in September" is a scrupulously even-handed account of the 1969 kidnapping of the U.S. ambassador to Brazil by left-wing revolutionaries. Everyone has his reasons, and…
All but the hardest hearts are likely to warm to "Comrades, Almost a Love Story," a beautifully played will-they-won't-they romantic dramedy with plenty to say about the emigre Chinese experience and…
A terrifically entertaining anthology, "Boys Life 2," the follow-up to the highly acclaimed 1995 hit, consists of four remarkable short films about various aspects of contempo gay lifestyles.
Posters for Milos Forman's "The People vs. Larry Flynt" have created an uproar in Poland --- and may help the film become the biggest hit of the season. Pic opened Friday to packed houses in Warsaw.
Pamela Anderson Lee will be directed by Danny Huston in newcomer Lava Film's "Dumped," it was announced at a Tuesday evening American Film Market reception.
The Motion Picture & Television Fund has received a $2 million donation from Samuel and Peggy Goldwyn.
Trans-Pacific Media Consultants Group has expanded its client list, company president Michael Werner announced Tuesday at AFM, adding representation of BMG Video Intl. for the U.K., Italy, Germany…
Wesley Snipes has closed a deal to star in Warner Bros.' "U.S. Marshals," the studio's follow-up to "The Fugitive," sources said.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors on Tuesday announced nominees for Golden Reel awards in the TV category; the Golden Reel ceremony is slated for March 22 at the Century Plaza Hotel.
The hottest filmmakers in France right now have signed a petition calling for civil disobedience in the face of a bias immigration law.
Elizabeth Stanley, who has been the longtime administrator of the Directors Guild-Producers Training Plan, will join the DGA on March 10 as a new assistant executive director.