Sophie Marceau's "Trivial," which the French actress quietly co-wrote, directed and co-stars in, could have been called "Guilty Pleasure."
A chilling turn by Patrick Bauchau as Albert Fish, the seemingly harmless old gent exposed in 1934 as a serial child murderer, dominates "The Gray Man."
After two little-noticed indies with Josh Hamilton, Jed Weintrob has gone where many a commercially frustrated filmmaker has gone before: to by-the-book slasher horror.
Pic's Montreal reception proved it's a potential crowdpleaser.
If Emir Kusturica ever made a pic in China, it would look a little like Jiang Wen's "The Sun Also Rises."
By Telluride's end it was two sneak films that had audiences talking the most – Jason Reitman's buoyant comedy "Juno" and Brian De Palma's highly polarizing "Redacted."
Artist Julian Schnabel has bagged the Gucci Group Award dedicated to personalities outside the movie industry who have made an outstanding contribution to film for his pic, "The Diving Bell and the…
"Hero," Fuji TV's suspense/drama about a rebel prosecutor that will open in Japan on Sept. 8, is also getting a wide release in Asia.
Hollywood fired the opening shots of its campaign to bring the war in Iraq and on terror to U.S. auds with the Venice world preems of Brian De Palma's "Redacted" and Paul Haggis' "In the Valley of…
Three estranged brothers bond during a trip across India in Wes Anderson's seriocomedy.
With the competition for buzz-generating, high-profile pictures probably more intense than ever on the fest circuit, the Telluride Film Festival snared its share this year, with an unprecedented 12…