A lyrical, often uplifting love letter to the highpoints of Teuton cinema, "Eye to Eye: All About German Film" is less a history, more an entertainment.
Former Benderspink exec Neal Flaherty unfurls his banner Royal Prospect with "Curve," by scribe Kimberly Johnson. Thriller is about a woman whose car breaks down, leaving her to be rescued by a good…
Two kids from the projects kill without apparent reason in novice helmer-scripter Niels Laupert's skilled but unprobing graduation feature, "Seven Days Sunday."
The horrific toll on cast and crew during the making of Iraqi feature "Ahlaam" is told by its helmer, Mohamed Al-Daradji, in "War, Love, God & Madness."
Family bonds are stretched to the breaking point in Swedish helmer Miko Lazic's slick, soap opera-like thriller "Iscariot."
Big-budget Indian romancer "Jodhaa Akbar" earned an estimated 385 million rupees ($9.65 million) on its opening weekend, including paid previews from lastThursday.The epic, distributed by UTV Motion…
Members of the Directors Guild of America have voted overwhelmingly to ratify the guild's new three-year contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
With the writers strike resolved, Disney is the latest studio to rejigger and give more shape to its release calendar through 2009 and the early part of 2010.
Shameless gore, gallows humor and guilty pleasures are the byproducts of a mechanical plot and impressive helming in "The Machine Girl."
A pre-op Moroccan transsexual dressmaker in Italy takes a client to Casablanca for a minor operation to "restore" her virginity.