In New Yok: The Museum of TV & Radio under the effective work of its dynamic movers and shakers, Pat Mitchell and Christy Carpenter, really put over their party the other eve.
Apple's new policy of allowing studios to join iTunes with only their libraries and not new releases is finding takers as Lionsgate on Monday became the third to add its pics.
Oscar's love affair with foreign cinema is no overnight fling. Twelve years before a foreign-language films garnered their own Oscar category in 1957, Switzerland's "Marie-Louise" won for best…
Bruce Joel Rubin has been named ShoWest screenwriter of the year. Rubin co-wrote the screenplay for "The Last Mimzy" with Toby Emmerich.
Angst, more angst and lashings of boredom are all that the listless intellectuals of arty German pic "Afternoon" can find to occupy themselves at a summer resort.
A debt of friendship turns into a life-changing experience for a Chinese working-class stiff in Zhang Yang's "Getting Home," a road movie-cum-gentle comedy of manners that packs an emotional punch in…
Morgan Spurlock's still-in-the-works docu about the search for Osama Bin Laden -- done apparently in a comic vein -- is proving a hotter ticket in the Mideast than even "Fahrenheit 9/11."
Buyers in Berlin this week have fallen hard for "Lady Chatterley." Gallic D.H. Lawrence adaptation has sold to dozens of territories and is poised to tie the knot with a U.S. distribber, according to…
Geared toward the adolescent set (think Judy Blume), "Mukhsin" is a charmer displaying all the strengths and weaknesses of fast-rising helmer Yasmin Ahmad.
A determined 12-year-old girl survives the extreme poverty of her Romanian coal-mining town but is overwhelmed by the outside world in keenly observed drama "Iska's Journey."
Strained metaphysics dovetail with urban and architectural nostalgia in the exquisitely realized, minutely detailed Japanese anime "Tekkonkinkreet."