"America," one European producer recently declared, "is the only country with a real film industry. That's why so many people want to work there."
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival will unspool more than 240 films, several of them foreign-language pics. Here are a few titles from the continent
What does a festival director want? Big-name auteurs, yes; cinematic gems, for sure; and a sprinkling of younger talent ready to grab the spotlight.
Though sometimes confused with his countryman Hong Sang-soo (whose own latest feature, 48-year-old writer-director Im Sang-soo is in many ways his polar opposite.
Asked to recall his most satisfying moment working on "Nip/Tuck," series topper-creator Ryan Murphy tells not of an award or glowing review but a phone call.
French event has actually grown in stature as number of challengers increases.
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Arguably the most significant living German screenwriter, Wolfgang Kohlhaase's tribute at this year's Berlinale is especially fitting.
Michael Verhoeven's directing career has constituted an unflinching critique of Germany's 20th century history and its legacy.
After the end of WWII, former soldier and passionate cinephile Alfred Bauer served as film adviser to the British military government.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Non-Stop1Daily:$1.6M Cumulative:$36.7M Universal Pictures -3.70%
Son of God
Son of God2Daily:$1.4M Cumulative:$31.5M Fox 8.58%
The LEGO Movie
The LEGO Movie3Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$214.0M Warner Brothers 6.54%