Inspired by a real-life incident so bizarre it's already been referenced in a "Law & Order" episode, "Stuck" is ingeniously nasty and often shockingly funny as it incrementally worsens a very bad…
Exhibitor Ralph E. Donnelly died Sept. 21 in Palm Harbor, Fla. He was 75.
Docu is too little and too much of the minimalist composer -- too little of the music itself, too much of such trivia as Glass baking pizzas at home.
The Cinema Guild has picked up "Alexandra," the latest film from "Russian Ark" helmer Alexander Sokurov, and plans a limited U.S. run early next year.
Dean DeBlois's docu chronicles two weeks in summer 2006 when Sigur Ros played far-flung corners of their beautiful homeland.
"The Bird Can't Fly" is a surreal combination of symbolism, New Age-ism and Barbara Hershey that makes too little effort to make its insular little world either credible or pleasurable for those of…
HarperCollins is taking a page from Random House Films, inking with Gotham producer Jeffrey Sharp.
The second stanza in this gargantuan Thai trilogy is a much more entertaining, if still confusing, proposition for foreign observers than the first, "King Naresuan."
Gotham shingle Plum Pictures will produce high school comedy "Bart Got a Room" and has signed William H. Macy to topline the project.
Charles B. Griffith, known for melding black humor in his screenplays for Roger Corman including "Little Shop of Horrors," died Sept. 28 in San Diego. He was 77.
"King Naresuan" is a lavish drama with a screenplay that's a major challenge.