Gaul's top cinema circuits have now all joined the 3D cause.
Painterly visuals take precedence over psychology in Turkish auteur Tayfun Pirselimoglu's third feature, "Haze," whose obfuscation extends way beyond its title.
It's no secret that directors can be discovered on YouTube and that Facebook can help market movies, but a few industryites and creatives are digging a little deeper into the Web's networking…
"The Crazies" invaded Hollywood Tuesday night when Overture bowed the Breck Eisner-helmed horror thriller at the Vista Theater on Sunset Boulevard.
A low-budget naturalistic drama about a disintegrating family, "Losing Balance" lives up to its title by not knowing how to resolve itself except through increasingly unbelievable melodrama.
Darius Films' Los Angeles preem of indie comedy "Defendor" embraced the ordinary of its super hero-themed movie with little "POW!" but much enthusiasm.
Those chroniclers of northern climes, Anastasia Lapsui and Markku Lehmuskallio, address the forced assimilation of Siberia's indigenous Nenets people in their docufiction "Pudana -- Last of the Line."
Everyone loves each other a bit too much in "From Beginning to End," Aluizio Abranches' sunny ode to an incestuous coupling between half-brothers.
Although Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan play a pair of cops in Warner Bros.' comedy "Cop Out," director Kevin Smith wasn't about to put up a fight for pic's original title, "A Couple of Dicks."
The Venice Film Festival is forging a close rapport with Russia through a Festival of Italian Cinema: From Venice to Moscow event, to be hosted by Lido topper Marco Mueller.
As Warner Bros. finalizes plans on how to fully exploit DC's stable of iconic superheroes across the company's various divisions, it's making moves to send Superman on his next adventure.