Diehard John Waters fans who've been lamenting the director's detour in recent years from his subversive bad-taste roots into tamer territory will be appeased by gleeful filth and outrageousness. A…
When a good-hearted bachelor pays his elderly uncle and aunt a visit in Sarajevo's old town, the whole Bosnian family undergoes a healing experience that helps them overcome the trauma of war. Story…
In South Korean maverick Kim Ki-duk hits another hole in one with "3-iron." Love story between a young drifter and a beautiful, abused model further confirms helmer's startling career makeover. Reps…
The undead were anything but at the box office as the debut of Sony/Screen Gems' zombie sequel "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" dominated the weekend with $23.7 million at 3,284 playdates.
A new player is about to step into the competitive Mexican exhibition market, guided by a simple operating principle: You don't have to be rich to like the movies.
When is a legend not a legend? Well, it depends who you are, how old you are and which festival you're at.
Fuji Television Network (Fuji TV) has announced the production of feature "Negotiator Mashita" based on the "Bayside Shakedown" franchise. The police drama toplining Yusuke Santa Maria will start…
The French were treated to an unusual sight this week: Patrick Le Lay, outspoken prexy of Gaul's leading web TF1, being contrite.
In celebrity-crazy India, television commercials abound with Bollywood film stars and cricketers who endorse everything from chocolate and motor oil to cars, paint, cosmetics and soft drinks.
Soaps may be targeted at adult auds, but in South Africa they are fast becoming a favorite with children, ahead of cartoons, educational programs, reality TV and music shows.