Regent Releasing has acquired the domestic rights to the docudrama "Shake Hands With the Devil."
The Art Directors Guild has added about 500 members by completing its restructuring following its merger with smaller unions representing illustrators and set designers.
Domestic theater admissions were up an unheard of 9.3% in January and February, usually one of the slowest times of the year. This weekend, observers will be watching to see if Disney's new entry…
Two's company, three's a crowd and eight is definitely way more than enough in writer-director Daniele Thompson's mismanaged comic ensembler, "Change of Plans."
For auds endlessly enthralled by adolescent behaviour, "West of Pluto" will perhaps be a riveting experience.
If being different from the usual Italo product were enough, tyro helmer Ago Panini's "Waiting for the Sun" would deserve high praise. Instead, this low-budget ensembler wears his American indie…
Steven Soderbergh's "Che: Part One" opens the 49th Cartagena Intl Film Festival Friday with Benicio del Toro and producer Laura Bickford attending.
With a title like "Bob Funk," anything is possible, and an anything-goes manner appears to guide writer-director Craig Carlisle's patchwork comedy about a bitter, caustic and very drunk futon…
Award-winning documentary cinematographer Anton van Munster died Feb. 11 in Holland after a brief illness. He was 74.
The narrative equivalent of urban sprawl undermines "Delhi-6," Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's admirably ambitious but ultimately frustrating musical dramedy about a U.S.-born Indian's first-time visit to…
Robin Williams will bring his standup to Broadway in the spring when the tour of his solo show "Weapons of Self-Destruction" gets a short stint at the Neil Simon Theater.