Despite the familiarity of its tale about recriminations, revelations and reconciliations, Laila Marrakchi's family drama is consistently engaging and frequently amusing.
GDYNIA, Poland — Film portal Stopklatka has secured a license from Poland’s National Broadcasting Council to air a free-to-air digital terrestrial film channel. The channel, which will offer a mix of…
Spain's Mod Producciones, the producer of Alejandro Amenabar's "Agora" and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's "Biutiful," has given Variety in exclusivity a clip from Manuel Martin Cuenca's "Cannibal,"…
MADRID – Denis Villeneuve's "An Enemy," David Trueba's "Vivir es facil" and Manuel Martin Cuenca's "Cannibal" will face off in competition at September's 61st San Sebastian Festival, the biggest…
A gritty, gripping, intelligently made crime thriller set on the mean streets of contemporary Warsaw.
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As Warner Bros.' "The Impossible" smashes B.O. records in Spain, its government is set to launch a full-scale makeover of its state film incentive and tax shelters, establishing production parameters…
Afghanistan has decided to send helmer Atiq Rahimi's war drama "The Patience Stone" (Syngue sabour) to vie for a foreign language Oscar nomination.
Faouzi Bensaidi's neo-noir heist movie "Death for Sale" is Morocco's entry for the foreign-language Academy Award.
The 65th Cannes Film Fest opened with a yin-yang pair of post-pic parties, an elegant dinner at Agora followed by a rave-style ear-splitter at the Carlton Beach.
Frank Grillo is reteaming with his "Warrior" co-star Joel Edgerton, as the rising thesp is set to round out the cast of Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal's untitled pic based on the hunt for Osama bin…
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