Banned in his own country, Kuwaiti helmer Amer Al Zuhair's "When the People Spoke" was one of many taboo-breaking pics that were recognized at the inaugural Gulf Film Festival, which unspooled in…
Chinese production company Eastern Mordor will release Donnie Yen-starrer "Painted Skin" on more than 1,100 screens.
Does Hollywood still rule the world? For decades, studios released their films worldwide with the confident knowledge that they would be eagerly devoured by movie lovers overseas. But lately, the…
If a doc manages to inform and entertain, it's ahead of the competition. If it features engaging personalities (or penguins), so much the better. And if it manages not to lose its assets while…
Well-researched investigative docu "Under Our Skin" examines schisms surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease, a near-epidemic in the U.S.
As a constricting entertainment industry copes with the aftermath of one strike, the threat of another and a rocky economy, all eyes are on Warners and DreamWorks.
The heroic true tale of a Brit journalist's rescue of dozens of orphaned Chinese youth in the face of an advancing Japanese army has become a cloddish if gorgeous-looking wartime adventure epic in…
Korea's Jeonju Film Festival and Kazakhstan's Eurasia Film Festival have partnered in a deal that covers programming and promotion.
The nondescript glass building at 44 South Broadway in the New York City suburb of White Plains doesn't exactly look like an artists' paradise.
Paddy Considine, the Brit thesp sometimes described as a British Robert De Niro following a string of pics such as "In America, "A Room for Romeo Brass" and "The Last Resort," is taking a leaf out of…