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Alonso Ruizpalacios' "Gueros," Rigoberto Perezcano's "Carmin Tropical" and Max Zunino's "Open Cage" will compete in the exquisitely curated Feature Film Program at Mexico's 6th ArteCareyes Film and…
Governor Jerry Brown has appointed Hollywood labor leader Thomas Davis and PR exec Michael Nyman to the California Film Commission. Davis, 56, is the third international VP of the International…
LONDON — British helmer Peter Greenaway is to receive the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award at the British Academy Film Awards at London's Royal Opera House on Sunday. BAFTA’s award is…
All is not as it seems in Shahram Mokri's highly original second feature, filmed in one long, bravura shot.
The mesmerizing images of Mexican d.p. Gabriel Figueroa (1907-97) catalyze a fascinating master class in cinematographic philosophy in gorgeous-looking docu "Multiple Visions, the Crazy Machine."
Michael Winterbottom offers a fitfully engaging attempt by the ever-experimental director to challenge the way cinema deals with stories of duration by shooting in sequence over a span of five years.
The Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce has provided A-list fodder for fanzines in the past two weeks, a vivid supermarket-line reminder that, even in the digital age, celeb magazines are still a force.
The lensing is flawless in "White Elephant," but the same can't be said for the script, which tries to keep too many thematic balls in the air without privileging any one.
The discovery of 4,500 photographic negatives shot by famed war photographers Robert Capa, Gerda Taro and David "Chim" Seymour during the Spanish Civil War is given respectful treatment by…
The sad aimlessness of Joe Swanberg's second feature of 2011 elicits only a begrudging pity.