UNESCO's controversial "cultural diversity" convention, which defends signatory countries' right to subsidize their film and TV industries, will come a step closer to enactment Tuesday.
Film rights to "Peter Pan in Scarlet," the official sequel to J.M. Barrie's "Peter Pan," have been sold to Headline Pictures, BBC Films and the U.K. Film Council.
It's not entirely a clash of the titans. Sure, Oscar familiars Bill Condon, Pedro Almodovar, Paul Haggis, Anthony Minghella and Patrick Marber are back as writing contenders. But they're facing a…
Spies have long been a movie staple. Usually, they're an excuse for action in exotic locations, as in the James Bond pics, or for a mixture of romance and suspense, like Hitchcock's "Notorious."
A man in a troubled marriage and a high-stakes architectural project sees his world overturned by a series of burglaries.
So strong is the year's list of originals that several films that might otherwise be firing up considerable award buzz will have to fight just to get some oxygen.
The film industry and the Internet didn't meet cute. Almost as soon as the Web emerged as an essential new medium, fan-generated movie sites like Film Threat, Dark Horizons and especially Harry…
Four interlocking tales across three continents reveal common human experiences: pain, the struggle to communicate and the solace of family. DISTRIB/RELEASE DATE: Paramount Vantage/Oct. 27…
The Academy's Writers Branch likes to pick up a second language, though on Oscar night it's mostly, "Ici, on parle anglais."
The rescue of Port Authority Police officers John McLoughlin and Will Jimeno, who responded to the fires at the Twin Towers on 9/11 and were trapped when the South Tower collapsed. Pair were among…
Jonathan Rosenbaum of the Chicago Reader, former Village Voice critic/current "Turner Classic Essentials" co-host Molly Haskell and master Brazilian critic Jose Carlos Avellar found plenty of…