As eclectic as the French capital, the Paris Intl. Film Festival continues to balance out a purist world cinema competition lineup and a more mainstream selection of Gallic premieres.
Michael Verhoeven's directing career has constituted an unflinching critique of Germany's 20th century history and its legacy.
It may sound like a cliche to say that the Berlin Film Festival rose like a phoenix from the ashes of World War II, but when Berlin's governing mayor, Ernst Reuter, opened the very first festival, at…
Director Tsai Ming-liang's "The Wayward Cloud" has been tapped by Taiwan's Government Information Office (GIO) as the country's foreign-lingo Oscar contender.
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