Birn's searing performance in Antti Jokinen's "Purge" as a young woman who betrays her sister in Soviet-occupied Estonia in the 1950s received the rare accolade for a Finnish actress of being…
Drama usually gives young actors more chance to display their chops than comedy, but Marinelli was a revelation in Paolo Virzi's sweet romantic character study "Every Blessed Day."
Gabriela Pichler's stunning first film "Eat Sleep Die" is graced by a remarkable debut from Lukac as a girl trapped in a dead-end small town whose only factory is closing down.
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…
Success has bred success for U.K. documentaries, with a new wave of filmmakers inspired to explore the form by previous breakout British hits.
Black comedy "Sightseers," which won top screenplay at the British Independent Film Awards and is among the candidates for BAFTA's British film prize, is proof positive that the Internet is bringing…
Seasons of stardom are just warm-up for thesps at top of game
LONDON -- On a Saturday night in November, 1,200 people gathered in a converted steel mill near Sheffield to watch the Shane Meadows thriller "Dead Man's Shoes" on a giantscreen, with a live band…
Int'l mavens master complex dealmaking to help Hollywood fill its global pipeline for the bigscreen.
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