Imagine Kimberly Peirce's "Boys Don't Cry" with a happy ending and a European Afterschool Special tone and you'll get a sense of the flavor of "To Faro."
It might be accurate to describe "Wicked Lake" as a bloody awful horror-thriller about lesbian cannibal witches -- but really, even that makes it sound much more interesting than it actually is.
The July 18 weekend dramatized why this summer is like no other. The domestic box office topped a quarter of a billion dollars in just three days, fueled by the record-breaking $158.3 million opening…
Australia's federal arts minister Peter Garrett told the country's filmmakers on Friday that they must shoulder some responsibility for the industry's failings.
At the Hollywood majors, there is a small coterie of actors who can guarantee that a film will be made. But in the world of foreign sales, there is a parallel universe, with a different group of…
In U.K. film circles, Tanya Seghatchian was best known for being the exec who brought J.K. Rowling's debut novel "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" to David Heyman's Heyday Films as well as for…
In mid-July producer Luis Minarro invited journalists to salmon and cold strawberry soup at a Barcelona restaurant.
Beloved literary adaptations and a continuing fascination with the Third Reich remain evident in a number of upcoming German productions, but a slew of Teutonic filmmakers are eagerly exploring more…
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's "Tokyo Sonata" was named best film last week at the Osians' Cinefan Festival of Asian and Arab Cinema.
You go, girl. Universal's Meryl Streep-Amanda Seyfried musical "Mamma Mia" continued to sing sweetly over the July 18-20 frame at the international box office, grossing $28.9 million in its third…