No escaping U.S. presence in Blighty's big races
All kinds brew in debut stew
After the controversy surrounding the all-male shortlist for last year's Rising Star award, BAFTA has swung back in the other direction with this year's nomination of four women and just one male.
Shingles like Passion, Exclusive and Dogwoof strike the right mix of art and commerce
Voltage Pictures is firing on all cylinders, with two films premiering in Sundance, one more bowing in Berlin, 11 movies in post-production and another two that started shooting in January.
As the wife of a hit-and-run victim in Catherine Corsini's "Three Worlds," Dobroshi delivered in full on the striking promise she displayed four years ago in the Dardenne brothers' "Lorna's Silence."
Money's there for projects that match content, creatives and market
Boe Folsgaard was still at Denmark's National School of Theater and Contemporary Dance when he won the role of the cuckolded King Christian VII in Nicolaj Arcel's "A Royal Affair," playing opposite…
Indie financiers say their ability to put together big commercial projects is being hampered by a gulf between Hollywood and the international market in their valuation of rising and established…
As one of three best friends on a road trip before they face the responsibilities of adulthood, Henigman was the standout in Nejc Gazvoda's "A Trip," playing a soldier departing for war in…
Juri won the Swiss Film Prize for her romantically charming lead role in Xavier Koller's "Someone Like Me," playing a sweet, rich girl in early 19th century Bern who falls for an impoverished…