RDF USA continues to expand its ranks, tapping Lauren Gellert to serve as senior VP.
The deceptively simple pic's climax packs a punch despite its lack of a Hollywood device such as a terminal illness or natural disaster to test the heroine's strength.
Asa (Askhat Kuchinchirekov), just released from the Russian Navy, returns to the harsh steppes of Kazakhstan with a simple dream: to marry.
Why do some directors keep hiring the same editor film after film? It's all about chemistry -- and being on the same esthetic wavelength.
Oscar buzz is nothing new for Ben Burtt. Burtt won his first Oscar in 1978 for his work on the original "Star Wars" -- he created the creature and droid voices -- and his second in 1981 for "Raiders…
Contrary to claims made by some pundits back in the downturn of 2001, the homevid business isn't necessarily recession-proof. But with numerous estimates for 2008 revenues down only 3%-6% from the…
In what's shaping up to be a busy month for scripted cable premieres, the new cycle of ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" got off to an impressive start Monday. Last summer's…
To hear Ron Bochar tell it, sound designers, supervising sound editors and re-recording mixers need the same attitude as umpires at a baseball game.
Writer-director Woody Allen and three expert actors turn the premise for many a softcore porno into the year's smartest, most charming, most unexpectedly sweet scene of seduction.
He's no Benjamin Button, but Walter Vale (Richard Jenkins) is a weary boy abandoned in an old man's body.