Norwegian helmer Petter Naess ("Elling") traveled to Stockholm to direct this charming but not very substantial kidpic. "Leaps and Bounds" deals with questions of immigration in reverse: A Kurdish…
Old and new Hollywood meet in writer-director Michael Schroeder's "Man in the Chair," a touching if by-the-numbers tale of an aspiring young filmmaker's encounter with a grumpy fount of movie lore.
Buoyed by reactions at test screenings, Universal will delay "The Kingdom" from April 20 to Sept. 28 in order to build momentum for the Mideast-set action drama.
"Brooklyn Rules," a mob drama starring Alec Baldwin, has been picked up by indie distrib City Lights Pictures.
Eurocinema and the Cinema Guild signed exclusive video-on-demand deal Tuesday that will bring Eurocinema's library of theatrical releases to the U.S. starting in spring.
The search for the next Bruce Lee goes comically awry, but not comically enough, in "Finishing the Game," a rice-paper-thin spoof that tries to poke fun at the endangered Hollywood species that is…
In a departure from tradition, a number of films that will be shown at the Cannes Festival this year have never been seen before and, further, will never be available for release.
Internet entrepreneur Christopher Mallick has launched Oxymoron Entertainment with a $50 million bankroll, aiming to finance films in the $2 million to $10 million range.
A gimmick that might have sustained a screamingly funny 10-minute segment on a pay-cable variety show is remorselessly stretched to feature length in "Farce of the Penguins," a one-joke comedy that…
Cherry-picking elements from a variety of genres for his cautionary fable of media control, writer-director Esteban Sapir turns "The Aerial" into a grab bag of overstatement embellished by sentiment.
Half-earnest treatment of how a young blind man falls in love while trying to decide whether or not to use a seeing-eye device, tepid and inconsequential "Blind Dating" features ham-fisted slapstick…