Sony's sorority comedy "The House Bunny" partied in at No. 1 Friday grossing $5.9 million while Paramount's "Tropic Thunder" rolled into second with $4.8 million. •'House Bunny' review•Open 'House'…
As summer winds down, Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight" continued to light up the foreign box office over the Aug. 15-17 frame, pushing its international cume to a boffo $328.6 million for a…
Pretentious film critics come in for justifiable satirizing in "Another Man," multihyphenate Lionel Baier's overstretched conversation piece about an ambitious but dull-witted liar and the…
Watching "Marcello, Marcello" is like eating cotton candy with a mouth full of Sweet'N Low. Denis Rabaglia's film imitates countless saccharine Italo pics set in mythical seaside towns in an ideal…
More interested in atmosphere than in story, Faur presents the milieus of two sets of marginal characters: the alienated teenagers and the criminally inclined cabbies, and shows what might have led…
A struggling reindeer herder and his nephew must resort to subterfuge after killing a rare, protected lycanthrope in vet helmer Daniel Alfredson's rugged and riveting outdoors drama.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired distrib rights to "Paris 36," a French film by "The Chorus" helmer Christophe Barratier, in the U.S., Australasia and Scandinavia.
"La Misma Luna" swept the honors at the 23nd annual Imagen Awards.
It's hard to imagine a more successful opening night of a major film festival than last year's Venice bow of Joe Wright's "Atonement."
The last thing the world needs is another film festival. But the Ballerina Ballroom Cinema of Dreams, which took place Aug. 15-23, is something else.
Back in April 2007, as a prelude to the proposed merger of her Paris-based sales company Celluloid Dreams with Blighty's HanWay Films, Hengameh Panahi pronounced the business of festival films dead.