The traditional lifestyle of nomadic sheep herders on the harsh Kazakh steppe provides quietly sensational drama in "Tulpan," the feature debut of Kazakh-born documaker extraordinaire Sergey…
Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch ... again. The touring "A Chorus Line" carefully respects and duplicates the trappings -- if not always the tone -- of Michael Bennett's long-running…
Bryan Singer's "Valkyrie" may not hit theaters until next year, but the Weinstein Co. has picked up U.S. theatrical, DVD and TV rights to Jo Baier's 2004 German take on the failed plot to assassinate…
"Tokyo Marble Chocolate," the directorial debut of Naoyoshi Shiotani, won the Grand Prize at the 12th Seoul Intl. Cartoon and Animation Festival, which unspooled 137 toons from May 21 to May 25.
The opening of Steven Spielberg's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" crystallized into a $311.1 million behemoth at the worldwide box office.
It was appropriate that Thursday's Motion Picture Academy salute to Robert Evans, complete with a screening of "Rosemary's Baby," had an eclectic panel: Viacom topper Sumner Redstone, Variety…
Russian-backed U.S. production company Parallel Media has set up a joint venture to produce movies with legendary '70s indy director Bob Rafelson and his musician son Peter.
Finnish helmer Aki Kaurismaki was awarded the honoray title of Academic of Arts by Finland's President Tarja Halonen on Friday in Helseinki.
Italy's Cannes double whammy, the Grand Prix for Matteo Garrone's "Gomorrah" and the Jury Prize for Paolo Sorrentino's "Il Divo," has the country's film community ecstatic, just when a boost was most…
Tiberius Film has acquired German rights to a slew of films from the Cannes film mart, including John Harrison's Clive Barker adaptation "Book of Blood" and Gilles Paquet-Brenner's horror thriller…