Paul Verhoeven's "Black Book" will open the 10th annual Bermuda Intl. Film Festival March 16 and Kiwi standup comedian Taika Waititi's "Eagle vs. Shark" closes the island fest March 24.
From the get-go, Pupi Avati's latest comedy, "The Get-Together Dinner," rarely develops into a full meal. Story of an over-the-hill actor faking a suicide attempt for publicity, and then bonding with…
The "Infernal Affairs" helming-writing team of Andrew Lau, Alan Mak and Felix Chong fail to create equivalent frissons in "Confession of Pain," an extremely good-looking but dramatically weak…
Refreshingly real, "One Out of Two" furthers helmer Eugenio Cappuccio's reputation for depicting contempo Italian life as it is, rather than through the Hallmark sentiments of many of his countrymen.
The lack of Japanese-language subtitles in prints of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Babel" has earned the wrath of the hearing-impaired in Japan.
Berlin Mayor Klaus Wowereit will join execs from film funder Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg tubthumping the region's attractions for film production to Hollywood.
John Singleton is hosting a sneak peak screening of his first Latino pic as producer, Franc Reyes' "Illegal Tender," at the 8th National Assn. of Latino Independent Producers confab in Newport Beach…
Santa Monica-based distribution house Strand Releasing has taken all U.S. rights to Spaniard Daniel Sanchez-Arevalo's feature debut "DarkBlueAlmostBlack."