Filed from the frontlines of the war on terror, documentarian Richard Rowley's astonishingly hard-hitting "Dirty Wars" renders the investigative work of journalist Jeremy Scahill in the form of a…
A tale of a young woman's compulsive and transgressive sexual behavior that features ample shots of its characters' nether-regions, "Hemel" at first feels like a Dutch female version of "Shame."
The dismaying spectacle of a wildly overcrowded Manila maternity ward during Christmastime is pitched midway between docu and drama in Eduardo Roy Jr.'s confident first feature, "Baby Factory."
A meandering journey across the cold, wet expanses of Northern Ireland becomes the road to salvation for two troubled single parents in the low-budget absurdist dramedy "Behold the Lamb."
Splendent Media has signed a multiyear deal to represent worldwide rights (outside Japan) to 69 titles from filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, including 19 screenplays that were never produced.
A serendipitous combination of star, material and director.
According to the Universal's press department, the picture cost $1,103,736.38; was 11 months and six days in filming; six months in assembling and editing; consumed 320,000 feet of negative, and…
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