How do you find Los Angeles? If you're Robert Towne, you go 10,000 miles to South Africa.
When the B.O. is ruled by films in their soph sessions, as happened last week with "The Village" in France (despite a 45% drop) and "King Arthur" in Germany, it's a sure sign that biz generally is…
Italy's state film entity Istituto Luce is attempting to break away from its olden days of sloppy subsidizing with a new game plan.
The 2004 Athens Olympics may be over, but the debate over who should air the next edition of the Games is just beginning in Germany.
Despite threats by the Egypt government to close the historical Alexandria Film Fest due to organizational and financial problems, the Egyptian Assn. of Film Writers & Critics will stage the fest's…
When he was 12, Robert Rey and his three brothers were saved from a life of poverty in Brazil because they were adopted by a U.S. missionary who brought them to Utah.
Sex, violence, general weirdness -- at any time of the year Paris has all of these things. But cinephiles in the French capital are particularly well-served right now thanks to the Etrange Festival…
Producer Paul Barron has come up with a radically different business model for producing children's and family programming Down Under.
The close-up intensity Lodge Kerrigan brought to his study of schizophrenia in his 1993 first feature, "Clean, Shaven," powerfully confronts the viewer once again. Choice fest slots, critical support…
Story of an insidious stalker disrupting the lives of an intellectual London couple is handled in a bracing and distinctive manner. Despite pic's success on the elemental-thriller level, among…