Former Czech President Vaclav Havel and helmer Milos Forman are working on a screenplay about the Munich Agreement in 1938 and Hitler's annexation of the Sudetenland, a point in history seen by some…
As the summer season sets at the European box office, "Hancock" is flying high in Italy in one of the final legs of its boffo world tour; Gauls are turning their noses up at "Mamma Mia!"; and the…
The Motion Picture Producers' Association of Japan (Eiren) has selected the Yojiro Takita helmed drama "Okuribito" (Departures) as Japan's contender for the foreign language Oscar, the pic's…
Ray Winstone will replace Robert De Niro in "Edge of Darkness," starring alongside Mel Gibson in the Martin Campbell-directed drama produced by Graham King's GK Films.
Filmmakers with feature-length documentaries about sports have submitted a batch of pictures to the first-ever U.S. Sports Film Festival, led by the premiere of "We Are Young: A Baseball Story," put…
This pretentious yarn of a topographer sent to western Algeria is for the card-carrying nihil ex parvo crowd.
Universal Pictures and Focus Films have boarded "Oldboy" director Park Chan-wook's in-production vampire movie "Thirst."
The pleasure of watching a focused countryside docu, handsomely shot on 35mm, is somewhat compromised by slips into reality-TV territory in helmer Samuel Collardey's debut, "The Apprentice."