From The Army Archerd Archive
A $10 million-budget pic about the 1980 Gwangju massacre, South Korea's equivalent to China's 1989 Tiananmen Square protest, begins filming next month.
Universal has picked up domestic distrib rights on "We Own the Night," a mobster film starring Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Wahlberg and helmed by James Gray, from 2929 Prods.
French filmmaker Eric Valette is set to direct the English-language remake of Japanese supernatural horror hit "Chakushin ari" ("One Missed Call") for Alcon Entertainment, Intermedia and Kadokawa…
The Toronto Film Festival Group is setting up a collection of children's and family films from around the world thanks to a C$500,000 ($433,300) donation from the Harbinger Foundation of Toronto.
Johnny Kalangis' "Love Is Work" intimately observes five couples' clashing desires at separate tables in a stylish restaurant. Only at end credits does the pic reveal the 10 actors delivered their…
"Dirt Nap" revisits the by now cliched dramedy of middle-age losers trying to find themselves. Cast roster may be enough to score some interest from minor regional fests, but the pic's only…
Two hundred fifty Israelis and 250 Palestinians come together in a grassroots organization dedicated to nonviolence in "Encounter Point." Pic offers unique glimpses into the hearts and minds of those…
What begins as a straightforward docu on an elderly homeless artist in New York City winds up as an indictment of U.S. internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII in Linda Hattendorf's startlingly…
Horror feature's 3 stories share enough characteristics to suggest producers gave each scripter a list of elements for mandatory inclusion. Released in Hong Kong to decent biz, "Black Night" is…