Pirjo Honkasalo’s “Concrete Night” and Dome Karukoski's “Heart of a Lion” are among the 27 new films set to screen at the second edition of Finnish Film Affair, the professional forum running…
Less a road movie than a trying-to-get-on-the-road movie, "Alcan Highway" is a rustic, picaresque adventure about a rootless 44-year-old Finn in Alaska, trying to drive to Vancouver in his dream…
Medieval epic "Captain Thunder and the Holy Grail," one of the biggest pic projects coming out of Spain's third biggest city of Valencia, will shoot in stereoscopic 3D, according to producers Maltes…
After a perversely fascinating first half, a darkly comic psychodrama goes plain psycho in "Bad Family," the third feature from Finnish writer-helmer Aleski Salmenpera ("Producing Adults"). At first…
Felix Mikhailov's Russian drama "Veselchaki" (Jolly Fellows) kicks off the main program of the Berlinale's Panorama section this year.
Repping a strong sophomore showing for helmer Aleksi Salmenpera, the ironically titled "Man's Job" takes a potentially salacious topic and wisely turns it into a more stripped-down character study.
Helmer Aleksi Salmenpera's fertility comedy "Producing Adults" has nabbed seven nominations for Finland's Jussi film awards including picture, director, actress and supporting actress.
France, Belgium, Finland, Venezuela and the Philippines have announced their contenders for consideration for the foreign-language Oscar.
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