Ines Tanovic's compelling drama is Bosnia's official submission for foreign language Oscar consideration.
A glossy-looking pic with a high-concept script ripe for a remake and a cast of well-known Spanish thesps.
A hilarious, fast-paced satire with a pro-peace message, "Atomic Falafel" encompasses the Israel – Iran nuclear showdown, the internet friendship of two teens from the opposing countries, a youthful…
The story unfolds through the eyes of two 17-year-old boys, the Polish railway worker Romek (Filip Piotrowicz) and the German military policeman Guido (Jonas Nay), who both experience a shocking loss…
Chronicling a marriage of 60 years in half a dozen segments with six different pairs of actors portraying the long-hitched couple, American indie dramedy "Outliving Emily" illustrates helmer-writer…
Majid Majidi, Iran's first foreign-language Oscar nominated helmer (for the 1997 "The Children Of Heaven") delivers his country's most expensive film to date,
Gender equality remains a hot topic in the film fest world. The industry program of the Toronto fest will focus on the issue, with a series of high-profile speakers discussing bias and female-driven…
Bosnian thesp Fedja Stukan has two films unspooling at the Sarajevo Film Festival (which runs through Aug. 22) — Fernando Leon de Aranoa's "A Perfect Day" and Cristobal Krusen's "Sabina K," which…
At the 2014 Venice fest world preem, lead Emir Hadzihafizbegovic nabbed the best actor kudo from the Horizons section. This popular fest item should repay wider distribution.
It exposes problems afflicting the contemporary First Nations community via a tension-filled showdown at a convenience store in an Innu community in rural Quebec.
Boasting upbeat music with rhyming lyrics, it weaves a trio of classic fairy tales into a connecting story about three brothers seeking adventure and life lessons.