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…
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…
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…
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…
Money's there for projects that match content, creatives and market
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."
The gamine Theret has been acting professionally since her early teens, but really caught the attention with her role in Emmanuelle Millet's "La Brindille" as a pregnant student who wants to give her…
Condeescu's frank and daring performance as a young prostitute pimped out by her boyfriend in Catalin Mitulescu's "Loverboy" has established her as one of Romania's hottest young talents.
Success has bred success for U.K. documentaries, with a new wave of filmmakers inspired to explore the form by previous breakout British hits.