In Mexican tyro helmer Alonso Pineda-Ulloa's "Vanilla Sky"-type psychological thriller, "Love, Pain & Vice-Versa," one woman's dream turns out to be another man's nightmare. Pineda relies heavily on…
The Korean Film Archive (KOFA) this week inaugurated a new national film museum and cinematheque.
Newly launched indie shingle the Fort has acquired feature rights to William Gay's Southern murder mystery "Twilight."
Adrian Grenier's Reckless Prods. has teamed with financier John Loar to develop film projects that the "Entourage" star will produce and direct.
Paramount Pictures has acquired "From Zero to Sixty," a Steve Martin pitch for a comedy that will reteam him with "Father of the Bride" co-star Diane Keaton.
The Weinstein Co. will turn the Jim Henson series "Fraggle Rock" into a live-action musical feature.
"The Zen of Bobby V" is an entertaining film on the colorful Bobby Valentine, a former major leaguer who has made a place for himself in the alien baseball culture of Japan.
"The Memory Thief" is the flip side of Henry Bean's ethno-identity drama "The Believer," whose protagonist was a Jew-turned-neo-Nazi.
WWII traumas live on more than six decades later in "63 Years On," a low-key but determined documentary concerning the "comfort women" supplied by the Japanese government for the sexual pleasure of…
THE FAB rising star, Shia LaBeouf, has decided to break his silence and let us know what it was like to finally meet the hero -- "Indiana Jones" himself.
Five servicewomen stare in disbelief at a History Channel special on the fighting in Ramadi; they were in the thick of several clashes depicted on-screen, yet are not visible in the footage -…