Producer Tony DiDio ("The Toolbox Murders") and vet TV helmer Kevin Connor ("Moonlighting"), have optioned "Random Hearts" author Warren Adler's novel "Target Churchill," to be published later this…
Philippe Falardeau's "Congorama," which closes this year's Directors Fortnight, has been acquired by UGC for distribution in France.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has announced its schedule for the 64th Golden Globe Awards, which NBC will air on Monday, Jan. 15, from the Beverly Hilton.
Spain's Wanda Vision and Argentina's Historias Cinematograficas have teamed to produce hermaphrodite drama "XXY," the feature film debut of Argentinian screenwriter Lucia Puenzo.
Pretentious, contrived and made with less technical skill than the average film school grad project, pic assembles underdirected cast for drama about a pathological liar who invites three pals down…
France's discriminatory attitude toward the North Africans gets brought to the screen in "Days of Glory." Pic embraces too many themes of injustice, but committed perfs and strong lensing carry the…
Residents of an ex-pat community in Mallocan, Spain, decide to put on a piano recital, but discord breaks out in Brit-Hispanic comedy "Four Last Songs." Sophomore effort by Francesca Joseph squanders…
The promises of depth and artistry subtly evident in the opening scenes of helmer Miwa Nishikawa's "Sway" prove to be fleeting elements to basically an overlong courtroom trial drama. Fests may call…
Sixteen years after the revolution that freed Romania from Communist rule, there is still debate about whether it delivered all that was promised. "12:08 East of Bucharest" puts its finger on the…
After production was halted due to Marlon Brando's death, Ridha Behi's pic "Brando and Brando" has resumed production and is now titled "Citizen Brando."