The U.K. has once again emerged as top dog at Switzerland's Rose d'Or TV festival, with a strong showing for Channel 4.
Following a quartet of lower middle-class Bay Area minority girls over four years at school and home during their fourth- to seventh-grade years, well-intentioned observational docu "Going on 13"…
Being a surfing movie, "Newcastle exists to (1) put pretty young people in very few clothes, and (2) capture via acrobatic cinematography the kinetic glory of people riding huge waves on relative…
Even as showbiz talent and management have found a common enemy in the threat posed by online piracy, the divide between the two camps regarding Net neutrality remains wide, testimony in a…
Two Universal films based on graphic novels will bookend Film Independent's 2008 Los Angeles Film Festival.
Ellen Page is set to play one of English literature's most famous characters, the eponymous heroine of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre."
A Pakistani boy and his father accidentally cross the border and land in a packed Indian prison in the earnest drama "Ramchand Pakistani."
A questionable choice for a high-profile film fest slot, "A Powerful Noise" plays like an annual report and feels more like a fundraiser.
SAG has run out of time to make a new feature-primetime deal with the majors and has been pushed aside in favor of AFTRA -- probably until late May.
A perfect companion piece to the recent "Iron Ladies of Liberia," which concerned the election of Africa's first femme president, "Pray the Devil Back to Hell" sets forth -- in clear, concise…
Emerging relatively intact from a potentially sententious minefield, Peter Tolan's feature directorial debut, "Finding Amanda," profits greatly from the obvious roads not taken in its seriocomic…