Arthouse programmers should take note of this snappy, sparkling comedy from talented Czech helmer-scribe Alice Nellis.
"There's no romantic story" behind his start in film editing, Richard Marks says. "I was running film cans around New York. People would order 600 prints of a commercial, and part of my job was to…
Plucky perfs and an offbeat murder plot can't rescue "Brief Reunion" from debuting helmer John Daschbach's atrophied visual style, which inflicts a stagebound feel on a story about past sins and…
A better-than-average horror-thriller that relies more on potent suspense than graphic savagery or stereoscopic tricks.
Scoring more than $160 million in three weeks to become China's highest-grossing domestic film ever, "Lost in Thailand" is a boisterous, joyously hokey comedy that connects with auds through its…
A searing indictment of corporations, institutions and governmental agencies involved in the slaughter of horses, Katia Louise's impassioned pic amasses impressive documentation, visual and…
An inescapable sense of poignancy and sentiment informs this rather workaday, music-sodden docu, which would have made a sensational short, and will probably work best in an abbreviated cut for TV…
Jayson Rothwell has sold the spec "Patrol" to Paramount with Stefan Sonnenfeld producing through Sonnenfield's Sunny Field Entertainment.
The film is the first fully fictional screen depiction of Japan in the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Plague, famine and wolves couldn't stop medieval England, and feckless investors couldn't stop Christina Bucher from completing "Knight Knight," a droll but obviously underfinanced comedy that…
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