"War Dance" has a foot in two movie camps: One is the sadly unceasing number of stories about African tragedy, the other the unstoppable parade of films about kids competing in spelling…
Director Andrew Wagner draws topnotch work from a pro cast in "Starting Out in the Evening."
A crazy-quilt of semi-interwoven sketches inspired by those tablets Moses brought down from the mountain, "The Ten" is anything but a morally corrective night out.
Chronicling a bizarre saga of glamour, obsessive love, grotesque violence and miscellaneous weirdness that has entertained New York City tabloid readers over four decades, "Crazy Love" lands soundly…
Aussie "Clubland" is a dysfunctional family dramedy in which the kids' coming-of-age steps are those away from parents with problems of their own.
Though he's since penned three Tim Burton features and both "Charlie's Angels" pics, August's directorial debut more closely resembles his first produced screenplay, "Go."
Methodically relating the story -- as told by several of the U.S. soldiers involved -- whose leak to the media badly damaged U.S. credibility, "Ghosts of Abu Ghraib" makes grim but worthwhile viewing.
Rendez-Vous With French Cinema, an annual showcase of French filmmaking, has been set for Feb. 28-March 11 at Gotham's Walter Reade Theater and at the IFC Center.
"Sakuran," the debut feature by photog Mika Ninagawa, has been selected in the Berlin Film Festival's Special section, distrib Asmik Ace has announced.
OK, the results are in. But who voted? The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences consists of 5,830 voting members in 16 branches. Of those, the largest group is actors, with 1,251 voting thesps.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will assemble arbitration boards to figure out the eligibility of producers of "The Departed" and "Little Miss Sunshine," both of which were listed as…