A dark and often unrelentingly violent look at a group of dysfunctional people in Reykjavik, "Children" makes tough but compelling viewing. Shot in stylized B&W, sophomore pic by writer-director…
In "The Man Exposed," Finnish helmer Aki Louhimies makes a radical departure from his gritty, award-winning "Frozen Land" with a comedy set among the clergy. Marbled with serious moments, the overall…
ABC and CBS continue to be the best stories of the early going this season, each topping the rankings in key demos and getting good production out of young shows.
Southern Star announced Tuesday that it has inked a deal to rep Seven Network's popular reality skeins "The Force" and "True Stories" at Mipcom.
Canal Plus has acquired the Scott brothers' Cold War-themed six-parter "The Company," the new BBC series "Robin Hood," and Helen Mirren starrer "Elizabeth I," it announced at Mipcom TV mart.
You can't ask for a more dramatic subject than the life-and-death struggle of an African family traversing a hostile desert in search of water, featured in Marion Hansel's ("Dust") well-intentioned…
Vancouver plays itself for once in "Generation X" author Douglas Coupland's first original screenwriting venture, "Everything's Gone Green." Starring an excellent Paulo Costanzo (late of "Joey") as a…
Blaze TV, the company behind live music program "CD USA," is building a high-def concert venue within the Austin Convention Center to film 30-35 acts at next year's SXSW music festival for the…
CNN faithful are going to get a whole lot more of Lou Dobbs. The news net is adding weekend editions of "Lou Dobbs Tonight," airing at 6 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.
Mumbai's movie buffs are cheering a reversal in an August decision to censor all cable movies for foreign audiences.
Tuning In -- Submitted for your approval: "Lost," the insanely twisted ABC drama, really shouldn't be as big a hit as it's been. Its runaway popularity is an anomaly -- a rare instance where a cult…