In a rare coincidence, the weekend's trio of nationwide releases -- "Water for Elephants," "Madea's Big Happy Family" and "African Cats" -- all scored CinemaScore ratings of A- or better, making it…
Stanley Donen will take home the Lifetime Achievement Award at Gotham's 25th annual Israel Film Festival.
Celebrating the life of a "splendid raconteur," in the words of director John Landis, BAFTA/LA toasted the 100th birthday of multihyphenate Ronald Neame, who died in June, on Saturday at the DGA.
British thesp Rob Kazinsky ("EastEnders") has ankled from "The Hobbit" for personal reasons.
In what was expected to be a tight race between "Rio" and "Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family," 20th Century Fox's 3D animated pic managed to hang on to the domestic B.O.'s top spot with an…
Solid reception in Buenos Aires for 'Yatasto' augers good things on what looks like a long and worthy fest trip.
Santiago Mitre's "The Student" is a taut, incisive look at university wheeling and dealing.
Pascal Rabate's "Wandering Streams" is a pleasingly low-key comedy of late-life second chances.
"Dead Dog" is a rough-edged, naturalistic tale of a teenage single mother caught between parental obligations and the need to lead her own life.
The uncompromising power of Ingrid Jonker's poetry runs like a pulsing vein through "Black Butterflies."
Female adolescent eroticism rarely gets explored at this affectionately candid level.