A hard-wired drama set among Tunis' lowlifes, "Tender Is the Wolf" attempts to get under the skin of four layabouts who impulsively gang-rape a young woman they know. Viewers still with the film…
Though Bong may be politically incorrect slang for all things Bengal, in "The Bong Connection" actor-singer turned director-writer Anjan Dutt brews self-irony into watchable, good-humored satire. In…
The American Film Institute has singled out Clint Eastwood as "a national treasure" for re-counting the Battle of Iwo Jima through opposite sides in "Flags of Our Fathers" and "Letters From Iwo Jima."
A judge threw out a lawsuit filed by Bob Yari, who was denied producing credit for the Oscar-winning movie "Crash." The four claims in Yari's lawsuit were dismissed Tuesday by a Superior Court judge…
The two leading exhibitors in South Africa have entered a new technological era this month with the launch of state-of-the-art digital projection at their flagship cinemas, both using animated hit…
The 15th annual Pan African Film and Arts Festival has tapped Andrew Young to receive its lifetime achievement award on Feb. 9.
Simplicity and sincerity are the keynotes of "Guadalupe," a modestly engaging drama inspired by the much-heralded appearance of the Virgin Mary 475 years ago at the hill of Tepeyac near Mexico City.
Before 2006, no major-studio CG-animated pic had flopped. This year, only three of the 15 toons in release were standout hits. And only one of those three came from one of the many new production…
Sandra Oh and Elijah Wood will join SAG president Alan Rosenberg on Jan. 4 to announce the nominees for the 13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Kwak Jae-yong, helmer of the famed Korean hit comedy "My Sassy Girl" (2001), has signed on with Japanese firm Amuse to direct a big-budget feature in Japan.
Spanish sales outfit Filmax Intl. has taken international rights to Ibon Cormenzana's ghost adventure romp "The Totenwackers." The Spanish-language pic is about a family who move into an old house…