Shoddy home improvement and blind panic provide the twin turbo engines for the gleefully cruel Irish black comedy "A Film With Me in It."
Robert De Niro -- immensely gifted and preternaturally disposed to playing intense, volatile and often disturbed loners -- will forever be linked with those iconic films -- "The Godfather II," "Taxi…
In Central and Eastern Europe, all film distribution eyes are on emerging technologies that have little to do with the much-watched American models like iTunes and Netflix -- instead, the business is…
The German shingles behind the remake of the country's classic 1959 war film "The Bridge" (Die Brucke) turned to their eastern neighbors Latvia and Lithuania for locations and production services.
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As DreamWorks continues to seek financing for its planned reincarnation as an independent company after its ties to Paramount end later this year, two scenarios for the company's future are emerging.
"Paper or Plastic?" is about the National Grocers Assn. Best Bagger Competition, a subject guaranteed to set eyes rolling.
"Crossfire" is an ultra-violent policier that makes Iraq's Triangle of Death seem lightweight compared with Marseilles' industrial suburbs.
Whether weird, provocative or simply a national calling card, animation Czech-style is undergoing a renaissance, with at least 10 features slated to bow throughout the next year.
Gabor Csupo's eccentric band of kids, dysfunctional families and dodgy role models, the award-winning "Rugrats," has a certain status worldwide with children -- and parents -- who were enthralled by…
A teenage boy and his younger brother struggle to cope with the death of their mother in the evocative, low-budget Brit drama, "Dummy," a feature debut for shorts and TV helmer Matthew Thompson.