A dramatic situation that should be wrenching is mostly tedious in "Reservation Road."
By the end of this weekend, Al Gore will have completed what could be described as the Hollywood loop: He will have been to the Grammys, the Oscars and, on Sunday, the Emmys.
Film might benefit from whatever appetite last year's magic pics whet, but it lacks their revenge-driven mystery hooks.
Lee Chang-dong's "Secret Sunshine," Korea's entry in the the foreign-language film Oscar race, will close the Tokyo Filmex film festival, fest officials announced on Thursday. Lee will chair the…
Jodie Foster returns to the bigscreen this weekend as a vigilante in Neil Jordan's "The Brave One," which Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures bow in 2,755 locations.
Satirist and political gadfly Sabina Guzzanti mixes fact with fiction in "Sympathy for the Lobster," her mockumentary follow-up to fest fave "Viva Zapatero!"
"Wit licht" (White Light), by Jean van de Velde, and "Joe Speedboot" (Joe Speedboat), by Andre van Duren, will receive this year's Telescoop awards, the largest production subsidy offered by the…
A trio of websites offering downloads of movies and television shows has agreed to pay more than $500,000 to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that the operators were attempting to dupe…
An animated feature based on long-running Belgian comicstrip "Suske en Wiske" (known Stateside as "Willy and Wanda") has won e237,500 ($330,000) in production aid from the Flemish Audiovisual Fund.
The Sundance Channel has made a deal with Warner Bros. for the world TV premiere of Peter Bogdanovich's four-hour docu "Runnin' Down a Dream: Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers."
Gotham's 29th annual IFP Market and third Filmmaker Conference begins a five-day run of indie film-focused activities on Sunday. Event is based in Soho's Puck Building.