A self-styled "poetic reckoning" of the past century and "a visionary relationship" with the present one.
A heart-wrenching tale from Atalay Tasdiken that owes as much to Iranian pics about children as to the new wave of regional Turkish features.
As its title professes, the star-studded comedy "All About Actresses" is indeed just that, offering a premise that may prove fascinating for some and absolutely irritating for others.
Hagiography can't get more one-sided than Nicole Haeusser's celebratory look at Joe Dallesandro.
Striking images of a hard-edged brilliance are the reason to see Sonja Wyss' "Winter Silence."
Jackie Chan's latest chopsocky outing, "Shinjuku Incident," won't be released in mainland China because it's too violent, Hong Kong helmer Derek Yee said.
Twentieth Century Fox has pushed back the release of Sandra Bullock romantic comedy "All About Steve" from March 6 to the fall rather than risk saturating the market with too many femme-driven pics.
Auds may feel a sense of deja vu while watching the blackly comic crime thriller "Staten Island."
The Producers Guild is adding several producers, including Marc Cherry, Betsy Beers, Larry Gordon and Bruce Cohen to its Produced By conference, which begins June 5 at Sony Pictures Studios.
Roman Polanski will have to return to the United States and face a judge before his 1977 child sex case can be dismissed.
In a media landscape that's changing at hyperspeed, the nominees for this year's Les Mason Award -- given to a publicist for his or her outstanding achievements -- are among the industry's few stable…