Archive for April, 2007
When Stacey Snider left Universal to run DreamWorks’ movie division a year ago, she transitioned seamlessly without losing valuable momentum, leading the Paramount division to box office gold, reports Anne Thompson on Variety.com. read more .
In their first feature, “Dreaming Lhasa,“ documentary filmmakers Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam draw upon their personal experiences, observations and imaginings to create a compelling and complex tale of Tibetans in exile. Read more
Recalling his chilling performance in “The Silence of the Lambs,” Anthony Hopkins creates a conflicted but cunning criminal in this tantalizing psychological thriller. Read more
A bored adolescent finds horror lurking in his suburban neighborhood in this updated, youth-oriented adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Rear Window.” Read more
The Alliance of Women Film Journalists has been invited to host a reception for Female Filmmakers at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, Read more
The 2007 Tribeca Film Festival spotlights women filmmakers with fiction and documentary features, Read more
There’s an unexpected moment in Andrea Arnold’s psychological thriller “Red Road” that’s perhaps the most heartbreaking illustration of grief I’ve seen in a movie in a long time, and it’s all the more effective for being absolutely quiet. Read more