A pre-adolescent receives "Blood Sport"-style training from his own sicko dad in "Un monde a nous," a conceptually awkward but skillfully realized thriller from Frederic Balekdjian ("Gamblers").
Korean helmer Hong Sang-soo has begun began lensing his ninth film, tentatively titled "Jal al-ji-do mot-ha-myun-seo" (Even Without Knowing Much).
Jean Doumanian Prods. and Steve Traxler will produce a bigscreen version of Pulitzer- and Tony-winning Broadway hit "August: Osage County."
DreamWorks has put the kibosh on simplejackmovie.com -- a website aimed at promoting the studio's upcoming comedy "Tropic Thunder" -- in response to criticism from disability rights advocates.
If the devil is in the details, then Stanley Kubrick had a fruitful pact with Mephistopheles, judging by "Stanley Kubrick's Boxes."
Here Networks has inked a two-year, multipicture deal with genre banner Rapid Heart Pictures.
The box office derby gets under way early this week as Sony's stoner comedy "Pineapple Express" and Warner Bros.' "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" open in theaters today.
"Dog in a Sidecar," Kichitaro Negishi's subtly nuanced, strikingly thesped summer's tale about a little girl whose horizons are expanded by her encounter with a free-spirited young woman, unfolds in…
The Montreal World Film Festival, which starts Aug. 21, will have a more Hollywood flavor than usual with tributes to vet thesp Tony Curtis and film exec Alan Ladd Jr., a master class by longtime…
Political docu "Article VI: Faith, Politics, America," which explores the hot-button topic of faith-based politics, will screen in more than 200 markets this fall in advance of the presidential…
Thesp Eric Bana is making his directorial debut with "Love the Beast," a documentary about his 25-year love affair with a 1974 Ford Falcon Coupe.
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