Doha Film Institute head of financing Paul Miller has stepped down after one year on the job during which he negotiated the DFI’s deal with Participant Media to launch a five-year, $100 million…
Egyptian filmmaker and blogger Amr Salama, who is best-known for potent Aids-themed drama "Asmaa," is shooting black comedy "Excuse My French" (La Moakhza), about a Christian kid enrolled in an…
Ouchul Hwang and Ho Wen-shing make an adventuresome first-feature collaboration with this aesthetically if not always emotionally involving tale.
A not-quite-horror film, Eugenio Mira's appealingly absurd thriller sets out to tickle viewers rather than terrorize them.
Daniel Patrick Carbone's hushed but assured debut feature is a richly lensed mood piece about two brothers haunted by the strange passing of a friend.
Though it’s really tough for directors in the Gulf and the Arab world at large to get their movies made, efforts to build a film industry in the region are gradually becoming more collective and…
Wim Wenders’ “Every Thing Will Be Fine” is one of the eight feature films which have received funds from the Swedish Film Institute. Wenders’ follow-up to “Pina,” “Fine” is a 3D drama toplining James…
TOKYO — Lukas Moodysson’s “We Are the Best!,” a dramedy about three 13-year-old girls who start a punk band in 1982 Stockholm, was awarded the Tokyo Sakura Grand Prix at the 26th Tokyo International…
2013 Tokyo International Film Festival -- awards winners
The Mexican film "La Jaula de Oro" was named as the best international film at the close of the 15th edition of the Mumbai Film Festival on Thursday. Documentary "Powerless" won the India Gold…