France, Belgium and Luxembourg are rapidly emerging as Europe's golden triangle for artier animated pic production, and attracting projects from elsewhere as well.
Embracing the power of the 'plex, Disney's boatload of pirates brought down the boy wizard.
The Arab Spring, which spread from Tunisia and Egypt, to Libya and beyond, has unleashed the biggest political upheaval the region has seen in more than half a century.
If it seemed like Twentieth Century Fox's "X-Men: First Class" premiere at the Ziegfeld was a spur of the moment affair, that's because it was.
The night of May 25 lacked a full moon, but that didn't stop revelers at MTV's "Teen Wolf" premiere party from howling away at the Roosevelt Hotel, where they posed in the photo booth with campy fake…
Major studios have banished the R-rated erotic thriller from their slates. Bigscreen and smallscreen producers are largely ignoring the tawdry sex scandals that hog the headlines. And A-list nudity…
Reports of the death of New York independent filmmaking have been greatly exaggerated.
"Tied to a Chair" may be the only way anyone would still for this farcical, female-empowerment/terrorist comedy.
The 12th annual edition of the Jeonju festival's successful Digital Project has united three of Europe's most consistently fascinating and independent filmmakers.
Impressive direction doesn't entirely compensate for script weaknesses in Leila Kilani's visually accomplished debut.
Jonathan Hock's docu deftly balances the suspenseful sports trajectory of standout athlete Shoni Schimmel with a sociological study of her family and environment.