Pic is a worldly, knowing look at adult affairs, and could do famously in urban centers, at festivals and on enlightened cable outlets.
When Nicole Guillemet and Diana Sanchez founded the Encuentros Program in 2003, it was based on a simple idea: "I wanted to create a place where Spanish and Latin American filmmakers could meet and…
Mirroring its status as a multinational hub, Miami's film and TV production biz is a wide-ranging mix of features, skeins, Spanish-language telenovelas and commercials.
Looking to get out of the way of 3-D competition, DreamWorks Animation is pushing back the release date of "How to Train Your Dragon" from November 2009 to March 2010.
Luke Wolbach's compelling "Row Hard No Excuses" follows two middle-aged American men who compete in a 3,000-mile transatlantic rowing race.
Stars of Columbia Pictures' "21" will receive a special ensemble award at the upcoming ShoWest exhib confab in Las Vegas.
Posing as an actual WWII U.S. Army training film, "Military Intelligence and You!" is a black-and-white pastiche of actual exercises from the era (featuring some first-rank talent) and spoofy new…
Jonathan Mostow will partner with Virgin Comics to develop a feature from "The Megas," a graphic novel just published by Virgin based on a Mostow idea.
Magnolia Pictures' new genre arm, Magnet, has picked up North American rights to "Let the Right One In."
Brooklyn Academy of Music's Tribute to IFC Films will feature the U.S. preem of Ken Loach's "It's a Free World," the helmer's follow-up to 2006 Palme d'Or winner "The Wind That Shakes the Barley."
Another tedious exercise in emotional and technical sterility from determined French auteur Laetitia Masson, "Guilty" is no pleasure.
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