An intermittently touching trio of tales set in the three newly independent Baltic states in 1991, "Baltic Love" is strictly fest fare. Three geographically distinct episodes show the messy…
The door is about to swing open on the world's largest untapped market for movies. The Chinese government says it's ready to buy American and other foreign films on a revenue-sharing basis, signaling…
Pilot for new Terry (Hulk) Hogan series waddles into the water with an indifferent cast, Douglas Schwartz's so-so direction and Michael Berk's script that doesn't always hold water. Though it's sold…
Also with: Christian Charmettant, Charles Gerard.
Coming at the end of a full-court press of basketball movies, "Above the Rim" has the distinction of being in many ways the most interesting, yet also the most hackneyed. A fine cast and the movie's…
Drew Barrymore as a manic depressive. That's the scenario in Touchstone Pictures' "Mad Love," which is set for a June production start, if Barrymore and a male co-star sign on.
Russ Appleyard, Dan Donohue,
A better title for Philippe Garrel's self-indulgent film would be "Sullen, Unappealing Characters Pontificating on Their Lives and Problems." Confessional, intimate look at middle-aged artistic types…
New Regency Prods. outbid Warner Bros. Friday for Carol Heikkinen's "Empire," offering the scribe $ 325,000 and another $ 200,000 if the film is made, as well as a percentage of soundtrack and…
British-born monologuist David Cale's characters attach themselves to an audience with tendril-like delicacy, offering cautious invitation to a world both rarefied and familiar.
Also with: Regina Bianchi, Paolo Bonacelli, Martine Brochard, Julie Dupage, Valentina Forte, Franco Interlenghi, Claudia Pandolfi, Mattia Sbragia, Alexandra Winisky, Laure Killing, Madeleine Robinson.