Takeshi Kitano doesn't try to do much new, but the results are so visually stunning, why quibble?
Struggles to sustain interest for its supersized two-hour-plus running time.
News of the end of "Law & Order" after 20 seasons is sending shockwaves through the show's hometown.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has distributed a total of $500,000 in grants.
Underlying the latest twist in the case is a date not too far off in the future: 2013.
Marina Zenovich, who made the 2008 doc "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired," will direct.
Rolling off the success of "Heartbreaker" in France, Quad Films is reteaming with director Pascal Chaumeil on "Vivre c'est mieux que mourrir" (Living Is Better Than Dying), a $20 million spy comedy.
Warner Bros. has filled out its 2011 release schedule.
Untitled drama based on 1999 French feature "Ressources humaines" (Human Resources).
Focus Features is accepting applications for its third annual Africa First Program.
A documentary and two women directors pepper its lineup,