Bjorn Runge's grim family drama "Mouth to Mouth" will turn off general auds, but should score among the arthouse and festival crowd. With drug abuse, alcoholism, prostitution, child abuse and incest…
In the most competitive frame yet of 2006, four major studio movies open this weekend, each raising a different set of issues for the industry. With most insiders expecting a $20 million-plus No. 1…
Monumentally silly Gallic answer to "Spaceballs," pic boasts deadpan comedy, decent special effects and a score from spoof heaven. Send-up of space tourism functions because it's played straight…
Argentine auteur Daniel Burman, whose "Family Law" opens the Berlin Specials section today,, is moving forward on his next project: "El Nido Vacio" ("The Empty Nest").
Michael Glawogger, whose dark comedy "Slumming" is the first Austrian pic to screen in Competition in Berlin in 20 years, will next lense "Contact High," a psychedelic comedy about drugs.
The state of Louisiana has streamlined its film incentives. As of Jan. 1, the state has put its legislative energies into fortifying the local infrastructure and will provide incentives solely for…
Sex, preferably of the scandalous kind, is an essential ingredient of any film mart.
Madrid-based producer Marina Fuentes has taken on international sales duties on Colombian assassin thriller "Rosario Tijeras." Pic will receive its market world preem today at the EFM.
Australian and U.S.-based sales agent Arclight Films has kicked off Easternlight, its new Asian movies division, with the pickup of new Ziyi Zhang title "Jasmine Women."
The dramatic icing is spread pretty thin over "Snow Cake," a small-scale, minutely observed yarn about a buttoned-up Brit and hyperactive autistic woman. Boosted by a delish performance from…